Daily Word Articles

  • February 2014
    By Nhien T. Vuong

    I didn’t see it as an expression of love until decades later. What my mom did every morning of my childhood felt, instead, like rejection.

  • January 2014
    By Dan Millman

    Moment to moment, our awareness resides either in a conventional or transcendental world or reality.

  • November 2013
    By Toni Stephens Coleman

    I arrived at my new home on January 10, four days after my 10th birthday. I had just spent my first Christmas in the Los Angeles juvenile protective custody system.

  • October 2013
    By Myrtle Fillmore

    The full version of this article was first published in Unity Magazine in 1897 and is now part of the Unity Classic pamphlet series.

  • September 2013
    By Chaz Wesley

    Faced with a diagnosis of cancer and multiple sclerosis, Chaz Wesley, in a moment of awakening, is guided to allow wholeness to take place in his body.

  • August 2013
    By Carla McClellan

    I love watching as people find the courage within them to take a risk, to be authentic, to face their fears. I admire it. It inspires me and brings me hope.

  • July 2013
    By Kevin Kitrell Ross

    As long as I can remember, I’ve always had dreams.

  • June 2013
    By Roxanne Daleo, Ph.D.

    A Director of Pediatric Play Therapy realizes the strength of her faith while ministering to a terminally ill child who teaches her about faith, love, and an understanding of God.

  • May 2013
    By Bertha Sanchez

    The story of a mother who faced unimaginable tragedy and found the transcendent power of love. 

  • April 2013
    By Victoria Moran

    My parents both worked in the era before day care.


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