Filling a niche

After today, you’ll hear from a different voice on this website. Paul Hannesson, Christian Science Committee on Publication for New York, will be blogging here from now on. This change is being made to be consistent with the approach taken in other states, where the Committee on Publication is the blog author. It has been a privilege for me to serve in this capacity over the last several weeks; I’m happy now to hand the reins to Paul.

Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science, penned a brief autobiography — only 95 pages  — entitled, “Retrospection and Introspection.” In it she wrote:

Each individual must fill his own niche in time and eternity.

No two individuals are alike. We each have our own unique place, established by God. Listening for divine guidance, we follow as we are led — completing our unique purpose, filling a niche.

Thank you, dear readers, for your support of this blog and of the ongoing work of the Christian Science Committee on Publication.

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5 Responses to Filling a niche

  1. Nancy Perry says:

    Thank you Pamela for this wonderful experience of looking at New York, it’s topics and media, through the eyes of a dedicated and light hearted Christian Scientist. I have been daily inspired, and it has changed the way that I have been able to talk about Christian Science, it lifted the fear….. Thank you.
    And to the Committee on Publication thank you too, for your willingness to walk on these technological and virtual waters- you lift us all up. -Nancy

  2. Sheila Muters says:


    thank you for the inspiration you have provided to me and others. What blesses one, blesses all.

    Sheila Muters,
    Syracuse, NY

  3. Jennette says:

    Thank you Pamela for your vision and freshness in pioneering this blog media to the NY community and beyond. Many of your blogs were succinct and so timely. They touched on so many points and answered many questions that people are struggling with about Christian Science, Christian Scientists, and the Christian Science movement. Consequently they were very easily shared with not only other Christian Scientists but strangers, co-workers, friends, and family as well. Thank you again for all your good work.

    Eagerly looking forward to Paul’s blogs in his office as the Committee on Publication for New York State. Excellent media for reaching more people quickly and economically.

    Brooklyn, NY

  4. Thanks Pam for all of your blog posts. They will be missed. Especially your faithfulness to post each week day.

  5. Pamela Cook says:

    Dear Nancy, Sheila, Jennette, and Mark,
    Many thanks to you all for your kind words about the work!
    : )

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