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Treasures of the Archives
Posts on social media as well as the website will feature an in-depth look at pieces from the history of Unity.
Unity cofounder Myrtle Fillmore called gratitude and thanksgiving “qualities of the soul.” The practice of thanksgiving, she said, should be observed in the home every day of the year, not just on the national holiday.
“Heaven and earth listen and respond to the soul that is quickened...
Unity founders Charles and Myrtle Fillmore had three sons—Lowell Page, Waldo Rickert, and John Royal. Each would become known for his unique skills, personality, and contributions to the movement during his years of service.
Lowell was the oldest, born in Pueblo, Colorado, on January 4,...
Unity has become known for its beautiful and inspirational calendars since the first one was published in 1920.
While always carrying positive messages, the Unity calendars through the years would vary in size, design, themes, and languages—and also functionality. There have been pocket-...