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Healing perspectives from The Christian Science Monitor

Watch for new links weekly for a spiritual approach to meeting life's challenges.

 

The Christian Science Monitor includes a "Christian Science Perspective" article, and we select one of the articles to feature on our website each week.

Click on the links below to view some recent healing perspectives. 
 

Praying for the world brings healing of flu symptoms

If we’re feeling ill, it can often seem hard to think of anything but our own problem. But as a woman found out when faced with worsening flu symptoms, letting God’s limitless love fill our thoughts with a deeper love for humanity uplifts our viewpoint in powerful ways that also bring healing.

What helped me help my son

Yearning to help their son relate more appropriately with others and succeed in school, today’s contributor reached out wholeheartedly to God. The idea that God is the loving divine Parent of each of us made all the difference.

‘Charity begins at home’

As he found a more spiritual way to think about others, today’s contributor found a richer relationship with his dad and saw him freed from alcoholism.

What to do if you’re feeling lonely

When it seemed like there would be no end to her loneliness, a woman initially felt overwhelmed and anxious. But a surprising realization about the nature of God as Love completely changed her state of mind.

A holy presence

Even when we’re feeling isolated or alone, God’s comforting, healing presence is right with us, as this poem highlights.

Our Father-Mother God

THE Bible uses a number of different terms to convey the tender sense of God's love, which is a central point in its teachings.

Comfort and harmony during self-quarantine

Here’s an article in which a mother shares inspiration that tangibly helped her family during a voluntary self-quarantine some years ago.

 

About the Healing Perspectives

Each weekday, the Monitor includes one clearly labeled religious article offering spiritual insight on contemporary issues, including the news. The publication – in its various forms – is produced for anyone who cares about the progress of the human endeavor around the world and seeks news reported with compassion, intelligence, and an essentially constructive lens. For many, that caring has religious roots. For many, it does not. The Monitor has always embraced both audiences. The Monitor is owned by a church – The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston – whose founder was concerned with both the state of the world and the quality of available news.

 

More about The Christian Science Monitor


The Christian Science Monitor is an award-winning international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage. 

 

The Monitor's aim is to inspire people to think about what they've read long after they've left the page. To share what they've learned with others. And to do something that makes a difference.  

 

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