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Tithing Corner March-April 2015

From Charles Fillmore’s Dynamics for Living:
“It is necessary to let go of old thoughts and conditions after they have served their purpose. One should lay hold of new ideas and create new conditions to meet one’s requirements. We cannot lay hold of new ideas and make the new conditions until we have made room for them by eliminating the old.

Thoughts of the Season March-April 2015

During this Lenten Season, this time of preparation for the transformation of the Easter experience, I often find myself pondering…reflecting on the world around me…and wondering what impact my prayers really have. How can I better hold that consciousness of prayer so that my world knows itself more clearly and with great compassion and peace? Charles Fillmore gives us these words on prayer:

Letter to the Unity Community

Unity on the Move ~ Daring Greatly

Dear Unity family:

In the November-December newsletter, Kandi Austin wrote an amazing “Words from the Board” article.  Here is the first part of that article:

“The Unity Board members gathered on the weekend of October 17, 18 & 19 to plan for our coming year.  Upon our arrival at the retreat…a toad was waiting on the railing to welcome us.

The appearance of a Toad heralds a successful time of drawing upon and using our inner resources.

Words From The Board - November/December 2014

The Unity Board members gathered on the weekend of October 17, 18 & 19 to plan for our coming year.  Upon our arrival at the retreat…a toad was waiting on the railing to welcome us.

The appearance of a Toad heralds a successful time of drawing upon and using our inner resources.

Toads are associated with money and luck- especially changing your luck from bad to good.

People with a Toad totem can see things and people more clearly.

Thoughts of the Season - November/December 2015

A Prayer of Thanksgiving

by Harriet Kofalk

Harriet Kofalk was a naturalist, author, activist, mother, grandmother, and dear friend to many people worldwide.  She lived in South Eugene, Washington – her place was known to many as Peace Place. 
As we enter this season of thanksgiving and love, I would encourage us all to find those moments of peace in the amazing world around us and give thanks to Source.  I thank Harriet Kofalk for her life and her beautiful words.

Thoughts of the Seasons - September/October 2014

In every spiritual path I’ve studied, one of the main pillars is the practice of silence – whether it’s called prayer or meditation or contemplation or relaxation or mindfulness.  It is the activity of being still, of heightened awareness, of feeling the Presence.  Beginning Sunday, September 7th at 6pm, we will once again be offering a Time for Meditation at Unity – each Sunday, we will share 45 minutes of inspirational words and silence.