Monthly Archives: September 2012

Responding to AIDS with unconditional love

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      COVER ARTICLE Responding to AIDS with unconditional love By Ron Ballard From the July 22, 2002 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel   0CommentsA A APrint Considering The International AIDS crisis, I’ve found that taking a prayer-based approach to the problem can bring healing to my own thinking that will ultimately help bring healing to the disease itself. The acronym The term AIDS, which stands… Read more »

Being a friend

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  Against the fatal beliefs that error is as real as Truth, that evil is equal in power to good if not superior, and that discord is as normal as harmony, even the hope of freedom from the bondage of  sickness  and sin has little inspiration to nerve endeavor.  When we come to have more faith in the truth of… Read more »

Difficult is not impossible!

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    When I find myself in situations that seem impossible to deal with or to overcome, my prayer begins, “Open my ears, Lord, that I may hear Your direction and guidance. Open my eyes, that I may see the solution You have provided. Open my mind, that I may understand Your ever-presence, Your allness, Your power, Your love.”   … Read more »

Health and Mind?

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  1:33 Batman begins – View the video –  (2005) – The cave Health and Mind? From the Official Blog of Thomas Mitchinson, Illinois Committee on Publication Posted on September 20, 2012 by Thomas Mitchinson I love books.  A friend gave me a book entitled, The Great Quotations, compiled by George Seldes.  I immediately looked up the word: health, since I write about it in… Read more »

Special Edition – Embrace Your Gay Children

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  “For what it may be worth to you – I am a Journal listed CS practitioner, When my son, my only child, came out as gay a number of years ago, I did not ask God to change him; I asked God to change me-to open my eyes and heart wide enough to not lose sight of all that… Read more »

The ideas of a spiritual reformer live on.

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    To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, today is big with blessings.   Mary Baker Eddy     The ideas of a spiritual reformer live on. Virginia Harris, C.S.B   As a Founding Trustee of the Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity  when it was established 10 years ago this week, my deeply cherished hope has… Read more »

Special Edition – The Gay Debate: The Bible and Homosexuality

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  “The base line for this issue should be no one in the world anywhere should be homophobic at all,” he said. “Once we get there, we can move on to other things.” by Matthew Vines 1:07:19 The Gay Debate: View the Video – The Bible and Homosexuality 6 months ago | 391,157 views * Sponsored by – Embrace (embracechristianscience.com) Turned Away, He Turned to… Read more »

Daily gratitude

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  Today’s Daily Bread is sponsored by – Embrace (embracechristianscience.com)   AUSTIN POLICE DEPARTMENT – IT GETS BETTER The Lesbian & Gay Peace Officers Association produced a video comprising of LGBT officers and civilian members of the Austin Police Department to send… VIEW THE VIDEO   Daily gratitude A Christian Science perspective on daily life. Whether you’re lonely in London or depressed in Detroit,… Read more »

‘I am not alone’

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  It is not only possible for you to not be alone, but probable.  LGBT people are everywhere and even in the midst of a bitter political and religious struggle, I had been surrounded by people who were a lot like me. The thing is, time always has to pass for you to be able to see anything in hindsight…. Read more »

A psalm of hope for today

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  Looking to spiritual thought-models doesn’t mean ignoring the human situation or hoping it will just go away.     REP. LINDA SÁNCHEZ: IT GETS BETTER As part of the “It Gets Better Project,” Congresswoman Linda Sánchez has a message of support for LGBT teens who face bullying and harrassment at school.… VIEW THE VIDEO   A psalm of hope… Read more »