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This week we conclude our series based on Charles Lelly's book A beautiful Way of Life. I personally have loved delving into this book. When I first started on this spiritual path I had a tendency to get lost and disconnected from the day to day experiences and responsibilities of life. Charles...
By: rnelson
Posted: Thursday, August 11, 2016
 One of the key findings discovered during our community visioning process in 2015 was the desire for Unity to be more actively engaged in the community. To reach out, in principle, and be an active agent of change in the world. Unity's focus on individual spiritual development can blind us to...
By: rnelson
Posted: Thursday, July 28, 2016
Recently I was re-reading Jonathan Livingston Seagull. Jonathan had the heart. He had the faith in his abilities and vision. He understood it all to well though that without action he would never achieve the end results he sought. The Apostle James wrote faith without works is dead (James 2:14). ...
By: rnelson
Posted: Friday, July 22, 2016
One of the primary responsibilities of the Unity of Louisville Board of Trustees is the maintenance of our beautiful historic building. The duty of maintaining our building is more then simply a task it is our sacred duty. This is our spiritual home and a reflection of our spiritual essence to the...
By: rnelson
Posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2016
 I recently was reading an email from TalentSmart, a business consulting organization and one of the leaders in the emotional intelligence field. I was intrigued by a Steve Jobs quote "intuition is more powerful than intellect." Being a life long student and one who love things of the mind I was...
By: rnelson
Posted: Thursday, July 7, 2016
 I have found it is easy to follow the spiritual path when everything goes my way. I am able to say with confidence "I am the creator of my reality." The thoughts and beliefs I hold and the actions I take in alignment with my thoughts create my reality. It is in the easy times, the good times, I...
By: rnelson
Posted: Thursday, June 16, 2016
I was reading and interesting piece about predictable surprises. I was intrigued by the paradoxical nature of the title. Things happen in life that take us by surprise yet in retrospect, when we look back, the events or situations were predictable. The events unfolded in the only way they could....
By: rnelson
Posted: Thursday, June 2, 2016

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