Recognize Ourselves in Others »
Publisher and editor Rev. Dr. David Goldberg is joined by Rev. Dr. Kenn Gordon, Spiritual Leader for Centers for Spiritual Living.
The SUM curriculum helps facilitate community discussions from a spiritual perspective on important social topics like healing gun violence, homelessness and racism. Also in 2019, religious diversity and inclusion will be explored.
Please look for these powerful features and other highlights in the May 2019 issue:
- Julie Mierau shares the story of Esther and Jerry Hicks and the entity Abraham, who came to the couple through questioning and meditation
- Karin Wilson takes us into the success of the app Insight Timer, tapping into a global community of mindfulness daily
- Enjoy a month of flourishing and fun with Dr. David Goldberg’s May 2019 “Daily Guides”
- Nancy Fagen reminds us that “We Are What We See in Others”
- Magazine intern and high school senior Elisabeth McGill tells her story of being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in “Repainted”
- Jennifer Picinic, Ph.D., asks “Where Does Your Awareness Stem From?”
- From the Science of Mind Archives and Library Foundation, publication founder Dr. Ernest Holmes explores “God’s Mind in You”
- Join the conversation on Facebook as we draw ever closer to reaching a half a million friends!
- Featured image by Robert Kneschke for Shutterstock.com
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Watch Rev. Dr. David Goldberg’s conversation with Rev. Dr. Kenn Gordon using Zoom technology, live from Golden, Colorado, and Kelowna, British Columbia:
Posted by Science of Mind magazine on Wednesday, April 24, 2019