by Chris Campbell
Laissez Faire Books
Reporting from Monroe, Ohio…
“It is a sin to be poor!” Charles Fillmore, co-founder of Unity School of Christianity said to a shocked room of the devout.
He didn’t say this to talk down to the poor. Nor did he say it as an act of “victim blaming,” but out of, in his own words, “the frustration of potentiality.”
And no matter your religious, spiritual or atheistic tendencies, these words can have a profound impact on your life if you allow them.