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The river of life

From the January 1983 issue of The Christian Science Journal


The pink ribbon of river wound its way between icy banks as it flowed eastward toward the roseate dawn. Starting in a glacial lake a hundred miles back in the mountains, the river would flow more than a thousand miles across the Canadian prairies and through the Precambrian shield until it emptied into Hudson Bay.