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From the May 2007 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Christian Science teacher and practitioner AI Carnesciali says that practicing Christian Science enhances one's freedom from all sorts of limitations, opening the way to an active life, even in one's senior years. AI lives in San Juan Capistrano, California, where he enjoys running and hiking whenever possible, plus doing a little gardening on the side. Read his article on p. 28.

2. Julio Rivas is a third-generation Christian Scientist. Born in Honduras, he immigrated with his family to Los Angeles on his 10th birthday, Later, he graduated with honors from the University of Michigan, with a BA in Economics and an MA in Finance. He had a short career in international business until becoming a Christian Science practitioner. Julio tells how we can always count on God's love, no matter how challenging the situation (page 40).

3. After years as a 911 emergency dispatcher, Diana Davis Butler now devotes her time to the public practice of Christian Science healing. "I'm able to bless on a deeper level with spiritual 911," Butler says. She resides in the Sierra foothills of northern California, along with her husband, Robert Smalley, a dog, a macaw, and nearby assorted deer and coyotes. Read her article, "Lesson from a Geyser," on page 44.

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