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From the October 2009 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Years ago, Scott Putnam, his wife Gwen, and their two teens, moved from the United States to Florence, Italy, for two years. "That's where I began my career in the healing practice of Christian Science," Scott says. "And what an adventure of Love it has been!" Today he and Gwen enjoy hiking in the hills around Portland, Oregon, meeting people (and their dogs), and engaging strangers in conversation.

Read Scott's article "The Science of Love." Page 30.

2. While she was growing up, Mary Ten Eyck lived for a time next door to her maternal grandparents in Nebraska —and vividly remembers conversations about God between her mother and her grandmother. She says that today her Christian Science practice allows occasional moments to hop on her old-fashioned bicycle and take a spin around the neighborhood—a bike very similar to the one she had as a young girl. Read Mary's article "Childlike Trust—No Ages or Stages." Page 36.

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