by Don Ingwerson
I wanted to share with you one of the Committee on Publication’s thoughts on the recent Capitol Hill Day. Katie Brown, Committee on Publication from Indiana, gives us a glimpse of the excitement that she felt when sharing with Congresspeople and Congressional staff members the importance of an alternative to the current health system based on matter:
Going to Washington, DC, really was a grand time! To quote the Student’s Reference Dictionary (SRD), “In general, we apply the epithet grand to that which is great and elevated, or which elevates and expands our ideas” (p. 453).
These meetings with Indiana Congressional offices certainly served to elevate others’ thought as we shared that there is an effective health care system that is not based on matter. As Mary Baker Eddy writes in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, “Material methods are temporary, and are not adapted to elevate mankind” (p. 318:26).
What joy to bring to our representatives and their staffs this expanded view of health care available forever to all humanity!
To read this post on the Federal Office site, click here: Fruitage from the Field: Katie Sue Brown on Capitol Hill