S & H 588:22-23 Glossary: “IN. A term obsolete in Science if used with reference to Spirit, or Deity.” in·dus·try Definition of INDUSTRY 1 : diligence in an employment or pursuit; especially : steady or habitual effort 2 a : systematic labor especially for some useful purpose or the creation … Continue reading
I got my sentinel in the mail. It’s always a joy when I go to the letter box and I get my next copy. I would love to give them away, but um well they are like a hidden treasure… … Continue reading
I was just finishing delivering a training session on health and safety in the workplace when I got a note saying ‘ring your mum’. I rang her and she said my son, who she was baby-sitting wasn’t happy. Every time … Continue reading
So, what DO Keith Richards and Mary Baker Eddy have in common?. This is really interesting, especially when I think of the times I wake up to the wonderful music ‘floating around’ in my mind.
The King’s Speech – Lionel Logue and the Christian Science question. Watched this movie, it was really good and inspiring. Found this site that is really useful, heaps of stuff to explore. Answering heaps of questions which is good.
I woke up early this morning. 6.30 am which is early for me! Just spent a while, longer than expected, doing my morning prayer/study and thought oh I better actually go and ‘do’ stuff now! I love reading my bible … Continue reading
When I was pregnant with my daughter I came home from work and was busy cutting vegetables for dinner. Not looking I sliced the top of my finger off – straight through the finger nail and a good slice of … Continue reading
When my son was younger he would do stupid things and then run off… yep! As if my life wasn’t difficult enough. Fortunately I had been raised in Christian Science and well when the going got tough – I would … Continue reading
I’ve been pondering harmony. I woke up at 4am with a song in my head. Then another and another. Just the first few bars for each but very inspirational beautiful music. I would love to write them down but … Continue reading