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Discussion and opinion.



 



The question that truly matters

The real question is, Who is thinking about this in new ways? Who is trying new approaches? Who is not being bound by limitations about what is possible?

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Readers write: Mealtime memories, prisoner empathy, violence and children

Letters to the editor for the July 24, 2017 weekly magazine.

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Poland’s challenge to EU values

The ruling nationalist party is on track to end the independence of the courts, forcing both Poles and the European Union to reassert equality before the law. Such a democratic principle helps unite Europe against the kind of inequality of rights that ignites war.

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Choose love in the face of anger

A Christian Science perspective: Compassion and forgiveness can have a powerful healing effect.

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Curiosity as an answer for income inequality

The rise in the wage gap may be caused in part by a productivity gap in companies. One answer for the less-productive firms: Increase worker curiosity in ideas and technology.

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Potential robbery avoided

A Christian Science perspective: We are all created to do right, not wrong, and we are safe in God’s love.

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Why the ground shifts under Venezuela's regime

The country’s political crisis is coming to a head as the poor embrace democratic rights and reject the Maduro regime.

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Peacemaking and the daily news

A Christian Science perspective: Affirming the presence and power of God enables us to see God’s law of Love in effect.

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A toehold for peace in Syria

The truce in Syria’s southwest, brokered by Russia and the US, hints at war fatigue and some hope for ending a six-year war now largely driven by foreign interests.

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Released from prisons of all kinds

A Christian Science perspective: We have a God-given right to be free from inharmony, sin, and sickness.

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Creating a virtuous circle with North Korea

South Korea’s offer of talks with Pyongyang on minor issues aims to create enough trust and goodwill to tackle the tougher issues. The alternative is more of a vicious circle in military escalation.

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God's help – always at hand

A Christian Science perspective: We can never be separated from the divine Love that cares for us.

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Best lesson yet in Brazil's anti-graft drive

A prison sentence on corruption for a once-popular president helps illustrate how deeply Brazilians now uphold equality before the law.

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Justice, not revenge

A Christian Science perspective: Even in the heat of the moment, we’re all capable of resisting vengeful thoughts.

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The Trump-Macron partnership

In speeches if not in tweets, these two new presidents find common purpose in defending Western civilization and revitalizing Europe.

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Supporting government through prayer

A Christian Science perspective: God communicates to each of us in ways that inspire solutions and progress.

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Amid the rubble of Mosul, Iraqi reconciliation

In contrast to ISIS’s rule over the city, Iraq’s government has already shown a path to reconcile Iraqis, especially its minority Sunnis.

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Is truth dead?

A Christian Science perspective: Learning how to discern ‘real truth’ strengthens efforts to better our communities, countries, and world.

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How Germany forced a rethink of Africa

At last week’s G20 summit, Germany won a major boost of private investment in Africa as a way to stem mass migration. But first Germany itself had to look at its own neglect of the continent.

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