Last Sunday, we heard from Rev. Jane on the power of faith, one of the 12 Powers, laid out by Unity’s co-found Charles Fillmore. Faith isn’t a strictly religious idea. We exercise faith, or blind belief, in all sorts of things–the chairs we sit in, the cars we drive, the computers we use. We might have faith in ideas too–the power of love, friendship, honesty. These ideas, like the concept of faith, are unseen by eye. However, we can see their ripples in people and in our world.
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2 thoughts on “The Twelve Powers”
Yes! to all of this. My friends and I are very interested in minimizing our stuff. Our favorite movie at the moment is The Minimalists (which you can see on Netflix). Their motto is “Love People. Use Things. The Opposite Never Works.” My dream home now at 64 is a tiny house…no more than 350 square feet and with a foundation or on skids.
I saw it too and loved it! Glad to hear you are excited about living more with less too!