Unlimited Potential
The physical world and human body in which I live may appear to have limitations. But in truth, I am more than appearances: I am unlimited. I am a spiritual being having a human experience. I am created in the image and likeness of God and have been blessed with potential.
I remind myself that, while I may dwell in the physical world, I am made of spirit. I can use my creative power to align my thoughts with God and center my heart in love. I can transcend my experience through the practice of thinking, speaking, and acting in ways that reflect my true, divine nature.
Spirit within is the source of my unlimited potential.

Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.—Ephesians 3:20 (KJV)
Daily Word August 25, 2016

Keep Loving

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Love: A Healing Power

During the interfaith service for the police officers in Dallas I heard some inspring words which did not get much press coverage and I would like to share them with you.
“At times, it seems like the forces pulling us apart are stronger 
than the forces  binding us together.
Argument turns too easily into animosity.
Disagreement escalates too quickly into dehumanization.
Too often we judge other groups by their worst examples,
while judging ourselves by our best intentions.
And this has strained our bonds of understanding and common purpose.
But Americans, I think, have a great advantage.
To renew our unity, we only need to remember our values.
We have never been held together by blood or background.
We are bound by things of the spirit –
by shared commitments to common ideals.
At our best, we practice empathy, imagining ourselves
in the lives and circumstances of others.
This is the bridge across our nation’s deepest divisions.
And it is not merely a matter of tolerance,
but of learning from the struggles and stories of our fellow citizens,
 and finding our better selves in the process.
At our best, we honor the image of God we see in one another.
We recognize that we are brothers and sisters,
sharing the same brief moment on earth,
and owing each other the loyalty of our shared humanity.
At our best, we know we have one country,
one future, one destiny. We do not want the unity of grief.
Nor do we want the unity of fear.
We want the unity of hope, affection, and high purpose.  ………….
…. The Apostle Paul said, “For God gave us a spirit not of fear,
but of strength and love and self-control.”
Those are the best responses to fear in the life of our country.”

Can you hear our Unity Blessing (I behold the Christ in you!) in these words?
As Unity Truth students we strive to be our best as the Christ presence in the world.
Thank you for joining me on this journey.