The Words of a Prophet

Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Unity Annual Theme is “The Courage to Imagine.” Martin Luther King, Jr. certainly had the courage to imagine, which in essence is to dream. His “I Have a Dream” speech is his most famous. I include just the very end of it here, since it certainly still applies today:…

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Courage and Creativity

The Unity Annual Theme is “The Courage to Imagine.” As creators, each one of us is engaged in the act of creating or bringing our images into being… according to our own uniqueness. The German mystic, Meister Eckhart, spoke of creativity as the basic dynamism of the universe in which…

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With this New Year, let us awaken

The whole universe, scientists now tell us, is nothing but change, activity, and process — a totality of flux that is the ground of all things. The subatomic world is a continual dance of creation and annihilation, of mass changing into energy and energy changing into mass. Transient forms sparkle…

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Let us open our hearts to the inner Christ

Giving birth to the Christ is a daily process. Myrtle Fillmore, co-founder of Unity, believed that each of us should seek to build the Christ Consciousness into our thoughts, our body, our very cells. She said, “Study and practice daily, keeping your mind and heart, your vision and your emotion…

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Living Peace

Inner peace allows us to receive our good. But inner conflict or turmoil causes us to close the door to our good. And there are many people, situations and experiences that can cause inner conflict. It may be stirred up by something going on in our family, or something we…

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I Believe

Christmas Eve Candlelighting

As we approach Advent. I would like to share this inspirational article called “I Believe” by Jim Blake, Unity World Headquarters CEO. This is from the Unity Advent Booklet called “The Love and Light of Christmas.” Love & blessings, Rev. Kathy I believe in the magic of Christmas and the…

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