Loving your neighbor as yourself can apply to today’s climate of political polarization.
It is easier to be calm when you are surrounded by like-minded people. However, there may be strong divisions with those who have opposing viewpoints. If we think of those on the other side of the political fence as enemies, it can be tempting to hide out with people in our echo chamber who think and feel as we do or be tempted to engage in furious social media arguments over politics.
Read how this woman learned about listening to others that hold differing opinions, finding common ground, and discovering an effective approach to stop polarization.
Click here to read the article Step out of the echo chamber.
The vital part, the heart and soul of Christian Science, is Love.
— Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures p. 113 by Mary Baker Eddy
Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid
— Matthew 5:14