Myrtle Fillmore

About Myrtle Fillmore

Myrtle Fillmore Mary Caroline "Myrtle" Page Fillmore (August 6, 1845 - October 6, 1931) was co-founder of Unity along with her husband Charles Fillmore.

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Unity's Most Basic Principles - Myrtle Fillmore:

"I do not believe in evil. I believe in Good. I do not believe in sin. I believe in Truth. I do not believe in want. I believe in Abundance. I do not believe in death. I believe in Life. I do not believe in ignorance. I believe in Intelligence. There are no discords in my being. Being is peace. My faith, understanding and love are becoming one. ‘What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.’"

Dated: 1897 "THE INSPIRATION FOR MYRTLE’S HEALING:" “I am a child of God and therefore I do not inherit sickness”

Unity Magazine article on the passing of Myrtle Fillmore:

Unity Magazine on passing of Myrtle Fillmore