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Bad Day? What Bad Day?
Maryann Hackworth
Sunday, August 21, 2022, 10:30 am
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As an awakened spiritual seeker, I may be hesitant to admit that I'm having a bad day. Metaphysical spiritual teachings emphasize the importance

of affirmative thoughts and prayers. Knowing that we are co-creators with the Divine, we understand the importance of keeping it positive. So is it a failure to admit

when things are not going well? Can we learn to see the difficulties

as stepping stones? Yes...there is a way through the “bad day!”

Life’s challenges are the catalysts that guide us to deeper spiritual understanding.

 

Unity co-founder Myrtle Fillmore explains in “How to Let God Help You.”

“There really is no limit to spiritual unfoldment. The Spirit of Truth within your own soul is giving you a right understanding of every experience that comes to you,

and you are calling some of your inactive, unused soul powers

into expression to meet the need.”

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- Unity Center of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees

Unity Center of Pittsburgh is a New Thought church in the East End of Pittsburgh. We hold services each Sunday beginning at 10:30 am and offer a variety of opportunities for exploring the sacred within ourselves. (We are pleased to offer both live and virtual services.)

 

  • Our vision is to see a spiritually awakened world flowing with Divine Love.

  • We are an inclusive, loving, growing community dedicated to teach, inspire and practice positive spiritual living.

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