Monthly Archives: June 2013

Virginia Harris, C.S.B. – Our Children, Our Treasures – Daily Bread – 06/04/2013

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      “Ah, children, you are the bulwarks of freedom, the cement of society, the hope of our race!” Mary Baker Eddy         Virginia Harris, C.S.B. – Our Children, Our Treasures  Our Children, Our Treasures Posted:02 Jun 2013 01:00 PM PDT * Photo – Portrait of Mrs.  Eddy – Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association – Awaiting Restoration     What a… Read more »

Special Edition – From the Street to the Courtroom: The First Ali Forney Center Resident Graduates Law School – 06/04/2013

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  “Unless withstood, the heat of hate burns the wheat“. (Mary Baker Eddy, My.  249)       * The signification of wheat is love and charity; Children of Truth     The gift of hope passes from hand to hand, like a baton.  We’re all in this together.  Meeting the needs of others is humbling.  And I think Albert… Read more »

Spiritual Mountain Climbing – Daily Bread – 06/03/2013

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  The pampered hypocrite may have a flowery pathway here, but he cannot forever break the Golden Rule  and escape the penalty due. Mary Baker Eddy   (Science and Health 41:12)  2:23 A 20-Year-Old on Climbing Seven Summits (Video) by Anderson 3 months ago   Spiritual Mountain Climbing SYLVIA F. METCALF From the August 11, 1934 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel… Read more »

Special Edition – Youth Innovator Award – Cason Crane – The Rainbow Summits Project — Climbing Mountains for LGBTQ Rights

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  I remembered my experience climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, at age 15.  The route was long and hard.  There were times that I thought I wouldn’t be able to keep going. I had to ask for help from my teammates to get the support I needed to continue.  And, eventually, we reached the summit and reveled… Read more »