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Steve Bhaerman

by Jonathan Denwood

Unity of the Sierra Guest Speaker Steve Bhaerman “Healing Power of Humor” Sunday, September 16, 2018 10:00am “Defying Gravity – Using Levity to Uplift Us in Unfunny Times” Sunday, September 16, 2108 Playshop 12:30pm – 3:30pm $25.00 Advance/$30.00 At the … Continue reading

Unity’s True Purpose

by Jonathan Denwood

I have been on an exciting adventure for the past month or so—one I have shared with a few of you. One friend suggested I include a special quote for the readers who stop by Paula’s Corner. I’ll get to … Continue reading

Secret Nostrums and Systems

by admin

A hobby of mine is collecting antique books on health and medicine.  One of my favorites, which might even be better enjoyed by a pharmacist, is Secret Nostrums and Systems by Dr. Charles W. Oleson from Harvard University, written in … Continue reading

Matthew Embrey-McClain

by Jonathan Denwood

Greetings, bright and shinning beacons of light! My name is Matthew Embrey-McClain. I am the E.D. of Compassionate Connections Matter, a Civil Rights Advocate/Leader and disseminator of Altruism (being concerned for the situation of others and wanting their benefit, whether … Continue reading

New & Inspiration from Toni King

by Jonathan Denwood

This article is a reprint from Unity’s website. Cultivating Our Creativity By Elaine Meyer I Am Creative Affirmation: Creativity is my natural state of being; I am immersed in endless possibilities. During World War I, a brilliant Austrian piano virtuoso … Continue reading

Rev. Christine Grace

by Jonathan Denwood

Reverend Christine Grace is an ordained Unity Minister, passionate about being of service, and contributing to a world that works for all. She has a master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology with an emphasis in Consciousness, Health and Healing, and is … Continue reading

Learning New Skills Keeps the Aging Mind Sharp

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A recent research study indicates that only certain activities – such as learning a mentally demanding skill like photography—are likely to improve cognitive functioning.  Researchers at the University of Texas in Dallas performed a study whereby 221 adults, ages 60 … Continue reading