Unity World Day of Prayer

Just an extra post this week to make an announcement.

Unity World Day of Prayer continues throughout the day today on Zoom. Go to the website to register and get the link.


Unity World Day of Prayer has become a special time for us since we moved to an area where there is not an active Unity ministry close by. We feel a sense of belonging as people gather together, first in person at Unity Village and now since the pandemic started online to pray. The unity movement was built on prayer and Silent Unity is always available to pray with people of all faiths. http://upray.unity.org/prayer

Please feel free to join us in observing this very special day.

Loving our Mother Earth

When Bob and I first moved to our current home eight years ago, this was a beautiful place. A wooded lakeside community we have watched slowly being destroyed by people who want perfectly manicured lawns without the inconvenience of trees and wildlife. We will pay for these actions which we are already beginning to see with increased summer heat without the shade of trees, many of which have already been removed.

If we continue to live as if this earth is ours to do with what we will there will be serious consequences. God is our father and the Earth is our mother, don’t you think it’s time to show her a little love? To get us thinking in this direction this month our focus will be on the earth.

May Love and Light Prevail

“May Love and Light prevail. May Divine Wisdom reign supreme. May it transform the darkness; and heal the realms where shadows dwell.”
― Anthon St. Maarten

Where Your Inner Light Resides

“Your heart is where your inner light resides. It is part of every sacred journey to reconnect with your inner light, step into your divinity, spread the light of love before you, return to the essence of love, and inspire others to do the same.”
― Molly Friedenfeld

Who we simply are

“For all of us, love can be the natural state of our own being; naturally at peace, naturally connected, because this becomes the reflection of who we simply are.” — Sharon Salzberg

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