UNEQUIVOCALLY...............1
the mind that knows this unequivocally, knows also that it dwells T 13 A 1 T(510)337
 
 UNEVEN......................2
and also on the rather uneven nature of Cayces temper T 3 C 32 T(141)140
It rests on differences; on uneven background and shifting foreground, on M 9 A 1 M(25)
 
 UNEXISTENCE.................1
they clearly point to the unexistence of the ego itself. T 4 D 5 T(208)C 35
 
 UNEXPECTED..................6
you to fulfill a very unexpected role in your own joint T 1 B 41i T(46)46
your help in a very unexpected way. But this is just T 1 B 41j T(46)46
being prepared for something quite unexpected, and he said, he was T 3 A 5 T(120) 119
much too fearful when the unexpected DOES occur to make constructive T 3 A 10 T(121)120
forms, some of them quite unexpected. Do not be afraid of W 15 L 3 W(26)
And the more unusual and unexpected the power, the greater its M 26 A 6 M(61)
 
 UNEXPECTEDLY................4
risky, and may spread quite unexpectedly, particularly under external stress. ThisT 2 A 30 T(72)72
turn against the self very unexpectedly. This tendency CANNOT be controlledT 2 B 49 T(82) 82
regard them. Some spring up unexpectedly, just as you think you W 79 L 5 W(157)
him. This will usually happen unexpectedly, generally in the form of S 1 A 5 S(2)
 
 UNEXPLAINED.................1
have been a number of unexplained set backs in their explication T 3 C 36 T(143)142
 
 UNEXPRESSED.................1
result of a building-up of unexpressed miracle-impulses. This can be truly T 1 B 41y T(49)49
 
 UNFAILING...................4
imply about you; on the unfailing companionship which is yours; on W 41 L 9 W(69)
you, eternal, changeless and forever unfailing. This is the answer to W 50 L 4 W(88)
have called upon the great unfailing Power Who will take this W 130 L 9 W(267)
harm in place of the unfailing, all-encompassing and limitless strength of M 5 E 2 M(13)
 
 UNFAILINGLY.................1
will enter the teacherís mind unfailingly. From there it shines into M 18 A 3 M(45)
 
 UNFAIR......................20
that would be injustice, and unfair indeed to all the holiness T 25 I 10 T(894)713
HARDER to resolve, AND MORE UNFAIR. It is impossible the Holy T 25 J 3 T(897)716
resolution. To Him, what is unfair must be corrected BECAUSE it T 25 J 3 T(897)716
be corrected BECAUSE it is unfair. And EVERY error is a T 25 J 3 T(897)716
Gods Son be MORE unfair than HE has sought to T 25 J 6 T(898)717
true, then God WOULD be unfair; sin WOULD be possible, attack T 26 C 2 T(904)723
Gods Son MUST be unfair, and therefore is not so T 26 C 3 T(905)724
WHEN you think it is unfair, and NOT to be allowed T 26 K 1 T(931)757
When you perceive it AS unfair, you think that a response T 26 K 1 T(931)757
in certain FORMS to be unfair to you? It means that T 26 K 2 T(931)757
could some be evaluated as UNfair? Some, then, are GIVEN meaning T 26 K 2 T(931)757
of everything perceived to be unfair, and NOT your just deserts T 26 K 3 T(931)757
You think your brother is unfair to you BECAUSE you think T 26 K 5 T(932)758
think that one must be unfair to MAKE the other innocent T 26 K 5 T(932)758
what to YOU has been unfair will come to HIM in T 27 A 2 T(934)760
the witnesses that pardon is unfair. They would retain the CONSEQUENCES T 27 C 2 T(938)764
as something which entails an unfair sacrifice of righteous wrath, a W 134 L 1 W(281)
6. How can this unfair battle be resolved? Its ending M 18 A 6 M(46)
believe this is to be unfair to God, and thus unfaithful M 23 A 6 M(55)
must come. It would be unfair indeed if belief in God P 3 C 4 P(6)
 
 UNFAIRLY....................9
one, at least, is seen unfairly. Thus is justice NOT accorded T 25 J 3 T(897)716
IS no loser; no-one left unfairly treated and deprived, and thus T 25 J 4 T(898)717
be seen. You cannot BE unfairly treated. The belief you ARE T 26 K 3 T(931)757
the temptation to perceive yourself unfairly treated. In this view, you T 26 K 4 T(932)758
does to you who judge unfairly, and who see as you T 26 K 6 T(932)758
light, abandoned to the dark, unfairly left without a purpose in T 26 K 6 T(932)758
The wish to be unfairly treated is a compromise attempt T 27 A 1 T(934)760
alone. And if you are unfairly treated, he MUST suffer the T 27 A 1 T(934)760
suffer pain, to be deprived, unfairly treated, or in need of T 27 B 1 T(934)760
 
 UNFAIRNESS..................8
and would protect from ALL unfairness you might seek to offer T 25 I 10 T(894)713
fear that you, in your unfairness, will deprive yourself of what T 25 I 14 T(896)715
the Holy Spirit could SEE unfairness as a resolution. To Him T 25 J 3 T(897)716
you. And from your own unfairness to yourself has He protected T 26 F 8 T(915)741
T 26 K 3. Unfairness and attack are ONE mistake T 26 K 3 T(931)757
and from yourself. And each unfairness that the world appears to T 26 K 5 T(932)758
within, and there has ALL unfairness been resolved, and been REPLACED T 26 K 6 T(932)758
treated, he MUST suffer the unfairness that you see. You CANNOT T 27 A 1 T(934)760
 
 UNFAITHFUL..................2
not tempt you to be unfaithful to your trust.
W 166 L 13 W(366)
unfair to God, and thus unfaithful to Him. A sick person M 23 A 6 M(55)
 
 UNFAMILIAR..................3
a reasonable response to the unfamiliar, but hardly to something that T 4 C 3 T(198)C 25
perhaps, and yet not altogether unfamiliar. Like a song whose name T 21 B 5 T(765)587
this possible. Nor is it unfamiliar; we have seen how it T 23 C 17 T(830)649
 
 UNFAVORABLY.................1
you look without and react unfavorably to what you see, you T 11 H 14 T(475)- 302
 
 UNFEARFUL...................1
very directly, because you were unfearful at the time) that you T 2 C 3 T(89)88
 
 UNFINISHED..................1
WITH the Holy Spirit, remains unfinished. You can indeed be sure T 19 D 16 T(706)- 530
 
 UNFOLD......................2
NOW. Why wait til they unfold in time, and fear they T 26 I 5 T(926)752
His judgment will a world unfold in perfect innocence before your W 164 L 5 W(360)
 
 UNFORGIVABLE................5
And so he calls it unforgivable, and makes it sin. How T 24 D 1 T(847)666
and damned forever, BEING FOREVER UNFORGIVABLE. If, then, it IS forgiven T 25 D 9 T(875)694
justice if SOME errors are unforgivable, and WARRANT vengeance IN PLACE T 25 J 6 T(898)717
You do NOT forgive the unforgivable, nor overlook a REAL attack T 30 G 2 T(1033)847
further sign that sin is unforgivable, at best to be concealed W 134 L 5 W(282)
 
 UNFORGIVEN..................6
it, leaving HIM alone and unforgiven, and yourself in sin beside T 24 D 2 T(847)666
as UNWORTHY of forgiveness. The unforgiven HAVE no mercy to bestow T 25 J 8 T(899)718
where he REALLY is? The unforgiven is a voice that calls T 26 F 7 T(914)740
space that lies between you, unforgiven still. T 26 I T 26 I 7 T(927)753
has come to replace the unforgiven world you thought was real W 75 L 9 W(148)
are sick, believing they are unforgiven. The hanging-on to guilt, its P 3 G 1 P(14)
 
 UNFORGIVENESS...............12
not appear to be but unforgiveness. Yet that is the content W 193 L 4 W(428)
learned. And there remains an unforgiveness hiding in the mind which W 193 L 7 W(429)
and all dark cornerstones of unforgiveness removed. Otherwise the old thought-systemM 10 A 1 M(27)
of God are forms of unforgiveness, and nothing else. This is P 3 C 3 P(6)
is to this that all unforgiveness leads. And without knowledge one P 3 C 4 P(6)
justify attack and thus keep unforgiveness unrecognized for what it is P 3 G 4 P(14)
is so. For when an unforgiveness is not recognized, the form P 3 G 4 P(14)
many forms, and so does unforgiveness. The forms of one but P 3 G 5 P(15)
clearly to the form of unforgiveness that it represents. Yet seeing P 3 G 5 P(15)
that only forgiveness heals an unforgiveness, and only an unforgiveness canP 3 G 5 P(15)
an unforgiveness, and only an unforgiveness can possibly give rise to P 3 G 5 P(15)
The bodys source is unforgiveness of the Son of God S 3 B 2 S(20)
 
 UNFORGIVING.................23
WHAT ALWAYS WAS to your unforgiving mind. Atonement becomes real and T 13 I 3 T(536)363
complete forgiveness, you still stand unforgiving. You are afraid of God T 19 L 4 T(729)553
It will forever more BE unforgiving, for that is what it T 24 D 4 T(848)667
was missed. Yet, in each unforgiving act or thought, in every T 26 F 5 T(913)732
121 L 2. The unforgiving mind is full of fear W 121 L 2 W(241)
turmoil of the world. The unforgiving mind is sad, without the W 121 L 2 W(241)
121 L 3. The unforgiving mind is torn with doubt W 121 L 3 W(241)
of light. What can the unforgiving mind perceive but its damnation W 121 L 3 W(241)
121 L 4. The unforgiving mind sees no mistakes, but W 121 L 4 W(241)
121 L 5. The unforgiving mind is in despair, without W 121 L 5 W(242)
121 L 7. Each unforgiving mind presents you with an W 121 L 7 W(242)
you become your own. The unforgiving mind must learn through your W 121 L 7 W(242)
121 L 9. The unforgiving mind does not believe that W 121 L 9 W(243)
in bringing happiness to every unforgiving mind, with yours among them W 121 L 13 W(243)
from those who look with unforgiving eyes upon the world. It W 122 L 3 W(244)
are; defenses which protect your unforgiving thoughts from being seen and W 140 R4 3 W(311)
He would not leave an unforgiving thought without correction, nor one W 193 L 9 W(429)
reassured. If we accept an unforgiving thought, it will be seen W 194 L 9 W(434)
that fails to hide an unforgiving thought. Nor can there be W 197 L 9 W(445)
220 W1 2. An unforgiving thought is one which makes W 220 W1 2 W(462)
220 W1 3. An unforgiving thought does many things. In W 220 W1 3 W(462)
can be anything else. The unforgiving are sick, believing they are P 3 G 1 P(14)
inner sin, and witnesses to unforgiving thoughts that injure and would S 3 B 1 S(20)