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Affordable healthcare

Recently, an outstanding lecture delivered by one of the most erudite and eminent medical minds of Nigeria, and adjunct professor of Harvard University, Professor Adetokunbo Lucas, discussed whether Nigeria can afford modern healthcare. Healthcare is basic and essential, cutting across the board, which is why governments around the world devote time and legislative effort to ensuring it is as affordable
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La prière nous révèle le fait spirituel que Dieu est le Seul pouvoir qui soit

Dans cette édition, nous publions la deuxième partie de notre entretien avec le Comité de Publication de la Science Chrétienne pour la RDC, Makengo ma Pululu sur la peur qui mine la vie du chrétien face à plusieurs problèmes. Lisez. L’Observateur : Jésus-Christ faisait-il attention à la peur quand il guérissait les malades ? Makengo ma Pululu : Jésus-Christ ne
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The effect of thought on health

Much has been said on this topic by psychologists, psychiatrists and religious thinkers, and because it is such an important issue, it bears another look. If there is a relationship between thought and health, as research and academic studies show, it becomes imperative to identify what type of thought is beneficial or predisposes to good health. Many make a case
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La prière nous aide à acquérir la maîtrise de soi en nous révélant notre relation à Dieu

Pour cette année, nous continuons nos publications avec la Science Chrétienne. Pour cette édition, l’Observateur s’est, une fois de plus, entretenu avec le  Comité de Publication de la Science Chrétienne pour la RDC,  Makengo ma Pululu sur un thème non moins intéressant surtout pour les chrétiens. Il s’agit de la crainte, la peur et de ses effets sur la santé.
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Meeting Parkinson's Disease With A Spiritual Response

The relationship between fear and disease

Fear not. This is an imperative instruction. But why should an individual choose not to entertain fear, especially when the senses suggest otherwise? Because it is becoming more and more evident to those at the forefront of healthcare, that fear is the foundation of disease. Science and Health with key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, is a textbook
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There is a difference between the brain and the mind. One very obvious difference is that the brain is a physical organ, while the mind is intangible and inorganic. The crucial consequence of this difference is that thought is a mental, rather than a physically dependent activity. Many wrongly assume that the mind resides vaguely in the head region, somewhere
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Have Advances In Medicine Reduced Disease?

THE human being is basically the same today as in days gone by, with essentially an unchanged physiological and physiognomic make up. Between the ‘dark ages’ and the present, there have been remarkable strides in medicine, commendable advances in pharmaceuticals and innovative skills in surgery, all of which continue to be used to doctor the human body. But is there
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Gratitude Brings Healing

‘ARE we grateful for the good already received?’ asks Mary baker Eddy in Science and Health with key to the Scriptures. She answers ‘Then we shall be fitted to receive more.’ With Thanksgiving day in some parts of the world having just past, and Christmas day with its celebration, festivities and good cheer not far, grateful thoughts and words may
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La Science chrétienne est la méthode de la guérison spirituelle que Jésus employait

Makengo ma Pululu : « Grâce aux explications de Science et Santé – et—de la Clef des Ecritures, les chercheurs de la spiritualité peuvent pratiquer la guérison Chrétienne sur une base scientifique » Nous poursuivons notre série d’entretien avec le Comité de Publication de la Science Chrétienne/RDC, Makengo ma Pululu. Cette fois-ci l’Observateur a abordé un sujet aussi important qui intéresse tout
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Letting go of disease

Times without number, most of us have witnessed friends, colleagues or relatives holding on, almost possessively it would seem, to disease, albeit inadvertently. There is a smaller number who actually take pride in owning disease, either in order to be pitied, or to be saluted for their adeptness in managing it, and to be considered authorities when it comes to
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