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Dis-ease is Not Inherited

Dis-ease is Not Inherited

A disease prompted Myrtle Fillmore to pursue a balanced
life,and this pursuit led to her healing and the birth of the
Unity Movement.Though diagnosed with tuberculosis, she
would say repeatedly,“I am a child of God; therefore, I do
not inherit disease.”

As children of God, we do not have to accept the
human race conditioning which says we will inherit or
adopt the same aches and ailments common among our
family members.

We focus on spiritual truths rather than statistics and
facts.The facts help to guide us, yet they do not necessarily
define us.We can choose to receive a diagnosis of a disease
as a helpful guide to our spiritual alignment.Through this
understanding, we can then be still and find a better way
of living.

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