Eddy and Why We Read Poetry? Monday, 21 September, 2015

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  “Each individual must fill his own niche in time and eternity”. Mary Baker Eddy (Retrospection and Introspection p.70)     “PROSODY, THE SONG OF ANGELS” By Robert Ellis Key From the June 23, 1951 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel Mrs. Eddy was a natural poet even before her discovery of Christian Science. She writes (ibid., p. 11): “From… Read more »

Answered Prayer – A secluded place to mourn & write – Saturday, 19 September, 2015

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  During the summer of 1882, Mary Baker Eddy spent several weeks in Vermont at the home of one of her students. She had retired there after the sudden passing of her husband, Asa Gilbert Eddy, on June 2. Her stay in Vermont gave her a refuge while she worked through issues of grief and lonliness. On August 2, just… Read more »

The paralysis of fear was conquered. – Friday, 18th September, 2015

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  For me, public speaking starts with God, infinite Mind, the source of all real ideas, communicating directly to man. To express Mind requires humility. You set aside personal ego and fear, and turn fully to God as the source of courage, intelligence, and ability. Obeying Christ Jesus’ commandment “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” (Mark 12:31) means finding… Read more »

Love’s Fraternity – Thursday, 17 September, 2015

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  “When the churches and I round the gospel of grace, in the circle of love, we shall meet again never to part.” Mary Baker Eddy Love’s Fraternity D. From the July 16, 1904 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel As an instance where Love is breaking down the barriers of conservatism, I wish to tell through the Sentinel of… Read more »

Mary Baker Eddy, The Freemasons and Bible-inspired compassion – Wednesday, 16 September, 2015

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  Moses, God’s chosen communicator, understood this about God’s nature and reported to the people: “He defends the cause of the fatherless and the widow, and loves the foreigner residing among you, giving them food and clothing. And you are to love those who are foreigners, for you yourselves were foreigners in Egypt” (Deut. 10:18, 19, New International Version). The… Read more »

Earth’s Preparatory School, Carpe Diem – (Good Can Never Be Destroyed) – Tuesday, 15th September, 2015

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  The fact that the Christ, or Truth, overcame and still overcomes death proves the ‘King of terrors’ to be but a mortal belief, or error, which Truth destroys with the spiritual evidences of Life, and this shows that what appears to the senses to be death is but a mortal illusion, for to the real man and the real… Read more »

The Universal APP by Virginia Harris, C.S.B. – (+Julia Roberts, Praying Scene )

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  A friend of mine shared that one time when she was struggling with knowing what to do in a very difficult situation, and not getting much traction with her prayers, cried out loud: “How will I know what to do?!” A quiet voice – more of an assurance, actually – said, “You’ll know.” Virginia Harris, C.S.B. The Universal APP! 13th Sep 2015… Read more »

The strength of the Samaritan and of his spiritual brother the publican lay in this, . . . – Saturday, 12 September, 2015

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  On a road from Jerusalem to Jericho a traveler is mugged, robbed, and left to die. Jesus says that not only one but two individuals of high standing representing the community see the injured man and refuse to help, even crossing to the other side of the road to avoid him. Ah, but then comes a Samaritan – a lowly and… Read more »

A Remembrance for 9/11 by Virginia Harris, C.S.B and J.K. Rowling – Friday, 11 September, 2015

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  Winfrey: In my magazine I do a column at the magazine called ‘what do you know for sure’? and every month when I write it I’m like “I don’t know a thing!” Rowling: I’m really glad you said that because I thought what if you ask me what do I know for sure, this is going to be tricky. Okay,… Read more »

Look for Signs Following in Nature – Thursday, 10 September, 2015

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  Shortly after Dell’s passing I was led to this article in The NYTimes.  My thought after reading it was yea, right.  How am I going to see some wild animal in the heart of the city where I live?  But that very night after reading this article I walked by a porch light after parking the car.  For the… Read more »