Monthly Archives: February 2013

Saying thanks to linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo

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    I desire the equal growth and prosperity of ALL Christian Scientists, and the world in general; each and every one has equal opportunity to be benefited by my thoughts and writings. Mary Baker Eddy Miscellaneous Writings 291:12     “As the child of a Nigerian dad and Irish-American mom, I was raised to believe that, in America, our… Read more »

The sower soweth the word

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    Many quiet and unprejudiced thinkers are waiting for words of divine cheer and hope. Verily our periodicals will give them a refreshing drink from Truth’s well.   1: 55 Harvey Milk Speech -View the Video – Hope From the award winning 1984 documentary “The Times of Harvey Milk“.   “The Sower Soweth the word” GEORGENE L. MILLER From the June 6,… Read more »

Keeping at it

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    “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.  In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.”  (Proverbs 3:4-5)   Keeping at it ANNA W. HOLLEBAUGH From the August 11, 1917 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel * Photo – Courtesy  allposters.com   In a school reader in use many years… Read more »

No greater love

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                                No greater love From the Christian Science Sentinel – September 15, 2005   Christ Jesus said: What you do for the least of my brethren, you do for me. Welcome the stranger, feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick. Two thousand years… Read more »

Op-ed: Young, Queer, and Homeless

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    “We must listen to what youth are telling us.  We can no longer pretend we cannot hear the tears of the youth.  It is  not enough to have a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) in every high school (that’s a good start).  We must also do the dirty work, the heartbreaking work, for those who have lost their friends, families and… Read more »

Every-day Overcoming

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    “I have uttered some of my best prayers in a carriage,” Mary Baker Eddy [Reminiscence File of William Rathvon, p. 81, The Mary Baker Eddy Collection]                             * Photo – Mrs. Eddy’s carriage on snow runners, Chestnut Hill, MA, circa 1908. Longyear Museum Collection.  … Read more »

Overcoming Rejection

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    I stopped feeling concerned over whether I was understood or not. I knew that God, my source, my Father-Mother, my beloved friend, loved, accepted, and understood me. Today, as I look back on that painful time, I value deeply Love’s demand that I learn this necessary lesson.     Overcoming Rejection Dorothy Fox Bartels-Keith From the August 1989… Read more »

The Pastor That Saved My Life

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   Family Rejection + Religious Rejection = Self Rejection Self-Rejection Can = Addiction, Depression,  Suicide and & Other Self-Harm Behaviors Solution = Unconditional Love     The burden of believing I was a monster and the struggle of dealing with that conflict in secret was over. I felt liberated, as if the demons had been cast out of me. After… Read more »

You have a duty to live! by Phil Davis

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    So, be willing to defend your own eternal journey.  Defend your divine right to fullness of life right here and now, no matter how old the world says you are.  It is both your duty and privilege to live the ageless life that God is giving you every day.   You have a duty to live! By Phil… Read more »

UN Tackles Gay ‘Conversion Therapy’ For First Time

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  “The idea is that gay people are somehow broken, that we need to be fixed,” Wolfe said. “You can see the line of reasoning: therefore we’re not entitled to equality under the law and we’re not due equal respect and to be treated well,” Wolfe, who described himself as a “survivor” of conversion therapy, explained.   5:54 How gay… Read more »