Clergymen, occupying the watchtowers of the world, should uplift the standard of Truth. They should so raise their hearers spiritually, that their listeners will love to grapple with a new, right idea and broaden their concepts.
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You're invited to take part in the events scheduled throughout the weekend before Annual Meeting. If you are in Boston, you are encouraged to visit the new experience at the Christian Science Publishing House, "How Do You See the World?". The exhibit spotlights the inspired actions of people globally.
This year's theme
"One infinite God, good, unifies men and nations; constitutes the brotherhood of man; ends wars; fulfills the Scripture, “Love thy neighbor as thyself;” annihilates pagan and Christian idolatry,—whatever is wrong in social, civil, criminal, political, and religious codes; equalizes the sexes; annuls the curse on man, and leaves nothing that can sin, suffer, be punished or destroyed."
—Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 340
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"Seekers and Scholars" is the library's monthly podcast series. It features interviews with people who are exploring the many and diverse ways Mary Baker Eddy's ideas and lifework have influenced our world. Episodes are available on their website, or you can subscribed through Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you normally get you podcasts.
May's podcast: The Monitor in Moscow
With Tony Lobl, May 23
Do you love yourself? Really, truly love yourself? Moving beyond liking yourself—flaws and all—to getting to know your real selfhood—flawless and spiritual—isn't just satisfying; it's healing. And it's fundamental to fulfilling the second great commandment, "Love your neighbor as yourself."
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"People Making a Difference" showcases ordinary individuals worldwide who are stepping up. They offer hope, find innovative answers, fuel generosity, and inspire others to lift up their fellow human beings.
Listen at CSMonitor.com/differencemakers, or listen on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Stitcher, or Spotify.
Monitor editors and correspondents share what they've learned from their news coverage in Russia and Ukraine (March 24, 2022). See also:
Access articles from the Monitor's Christian Science Perspective column that speak directly to questions and concerns raised by the conflict in Ukraine.
Two Monitor correspondents share what they've learned from people around the world who are doing the hard work of challenging the narrative of polarization (May, 2021)
In this January 26, 2021 webinar, the Monitor explores journalism’s role in the process of shining a light on issues, while also bringing together those on both sides of a troubled past. Listening to all voices can make room for mutual understanding and progress.