Just went through a 2-part series on the Unity founders, Charles Fillmore and Myrtle Fillmore at the Unity Church of San Antonio. Always great to hear that story!
I've been saying those words: I am a child of God and I do not inherit sickness. And WOW. If I don't inherit sickness, maybe I don't inherit poverty. Or depression. Or poor communication. Or frustration in my marriage. And come to think of it, I don't think PMS or fear or lack runs in God's side of the family. I AM a child of God. I am royalty. I am valued. I am worthy. I am loved.
It's so great to say these mantras aloud. It has brought up many discussions with Franki. Her biological father passed away a month ago from his failing health. As she has relied more and more on me, we have noticed more and more similarities. Instead of, "You're so much like your dad," it has turned to, "You're so much like your mom." But as a child of God, all of the silliness of our human condition fades. We don't have to identify with the ways of our parents, with their sickness, with their premature passing, with their bad luck. We can simply recognize the LOVE that unites us all!
Unity teaches a positive approach to life, seeking to accept the good in all people and events. Unity began as a healing ministry and healing has continued to be its main emphasis for over 100 years. It teaches that all people can improve the quality of their lives through thought.
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