“If we’re truly going to believe in our divine principle, that all is God, …then that means all of us, every part of us is divine, even the parts that might annoy us or frustrate us.”

Associate Minister Diane Robertson continues our look at what Buddhism can offer in our growing understanding of Grace. Along the way we re-tell the story of Unity founder Myrtle Fillmore, and apply these teachings to our understanding of healing and compassionate action.

The 4-minute silent meditation begins at 13:04; the minister’s talk begins at 20:40.

Today’s reading is excerpted from Myrtle Fillmore‘s works, circa 1897.

Worship Arts this week features special guest Tiffany Wilson.

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