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Students: on living a spiritual life

From the May 1999 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Almost a year has gone by since the "Pioneers of the Spiritual Millennium" conference for university and college students was held in Boston. The Journal has kept in touch with some of these young people, and recently we reunited three of them in an international telephone conference call.

They included Kipp Brooks, who enjoys reading and swimming, last year completed his A-levels at Esher College in Surrey, England, and is now taking some time off before going to university to study history; Myke ("Mykey") Leahy, a keen Aussie Rules football player who is a third-year business major at the University of Sydney, Australia; and Anikpe ("Ani") Mohammed, a Nigerian from Lagos, who is studying for her master's in economics at Northeastern University in Boston.

They began by discussing what it means to live a spiritual life.

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