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We are and have always been whole.

We are and have always been whole.

It is amazing how much we know and yet how little we know at the same time. Astrologers, sages, shamans, wise elders of various tribes, and aboriginal peoples all understand that nature is where the proven essence of God exists. We are born of the earth and to the earth we return, and our connection to God comes through following our own inner rituals and practices that allow us to see God. The presence and power of God reveals itself to us through our ability to see and be with the hidden gifts that lie dormant within us until we become awake. Then we recognize our wholeness. We do not become whole; we simply accept that we are and have always been whole.

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The Journey of Life

The Journey of Life

“If you ain’t busy living, you’re busy dying” – Bob Dylan One of my teachers once said, “We are not here to solve all the problems of the world… we are here to not be ONE of them.” Life is filled with many twists and turns, speed bumps, ditches and dead end streets. This is…

Faith Can Heal

Faith Can Heal

In John 5:5 and 6,Jesus asks,“Do you want to get well?”He later states “It is our faith which has made us well.” These two profound truths, our wanting and our faith,are significant in our Unity teachings and can apply to everyone. In the first truth, we acknowledge that we must want to be well. Some…

What does it mean to be immortal?

What does it mean to be immortal?

By definition,immortal means“remembered or celebrated through all time.”In Unity,Easter is the celebration of immortality. Our way-shower,Jesus,showed us that living people never die.We are celebrated and remembered through all times. In describing the incomparable beauty of immortality, RalphWaldo Emerson states,“Friendship, like the immortality of the soul, is too good to be believed.” If we believe in…

I AM

I AM

I am that which I state I am In Exodus 3:14, God said to Moses,“I am who I am.” “I am” is an expression of God,and what we affirm by using the “I am” becomes our truth.We are the unique micro of the macrocosm.As we expand our ability not to set things right but to…

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