A guest post written by Michele Karlskind from Los Angeles, California Who of us has not encountered times when we wondered about our lives, worried about our present or future direction, doubted our ability to perceive, let alone perform, the path before us? And yet, a solution is always present.
by Don Ingwerson When I was in college, I had a particularly hard time with one of my math courses. I happened to meet my professor in the hall one day and told him the trouble I was having. I was expecting that he would make an effort to help me in some way […]
by Don Ingwerson With Labor Day coming up this Monday, I was thinking about the quote from spiritual leader and the founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, who wrote in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, “…let us labor to dissolve with the universal solvent of Love the adamant of error…”
Is hate part of man’s true nature? My colleague Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, wrote a thoughtful article on this topic that was published in The Christian Science Monitor. Here is what Eric wrote: Around the world and throughout history, hate has reared its ugly head. But we don’t need to accept this […]
A guest post written by Bob Eklund from Los Angeles, California One of my abiding memories is of an evening flight from Columbus, Ohio, to Los Angeles. We took off in a rainstorm, near sunset, and with the heavy cloud cover it looked almost like night as we left the ground. But we rose quickly […]