Silent Unity

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Silent Unity is an worldwide prayer ministry and a positive path for spiritual living. Silent unity is a 24/7 prayer ministry using affirmative prayer to provide other with faith, courage and strength. They create our life experiences through the way of thinking. One way to align ourselves with Spirit is through meditations. With silent unity, you can download the app on your phone and mediate when you wake up or before you go to bed.

I’ve been using Silent Unity for two years now. My mother recommended me to download this app when I got my heartbroken two years ago.  I use the app to meditate and also to call up the prayer warriors to pray for me. The prayer warriors will prayer for you for thirty days and will send you a letter in the mail or a email, thanking you for contacting them and how they will be praying for you for thirty days. I don’t meditate every single day like  I should, but this app is very helpful for those of you that are heartbroken,lonely, lack confidence, tense, or just want confidence in the choices you make.


So download silent unity now on your phones,  don’t wait and you will not regret it.



  1. When you die, would you rather be cremated or buried? I rather be cremated then be put under the ground.
  2. Would you rather look up to an hero, or have somebody to look up to you as a hero? I would rather be the hero and have people look up to me. I love having an positive effect on others. My hero is Malcolm x. 
  3. Describe what the world would be like in 2 words, if there wasn’t any prisons, jails, police officer, and correction officers, and would you be scared to walk out the house? Unorganized and violent. I would be a little hesitant to walk out the house but I would carry a weapon on me to protect myself at all times.
  4.  How would you feel if it was winter all year around everyday around all parts of the world? It would make the world tedious and the cold weather would make life reduant.
  5. Would you rather it be winter all year around weather below 25 degrees  without any blizzards or snow or would you rather just cold weather below 25 d degrees  in the month of January with a blizzard with 30 inches of snow and the snow won’t melt until February? I would take the second option where it would snow in Jaunrary and the snow would last the whole month of January becuase eventually it will melt. The same weather all year around makes life tedious.

    Comment below and answer the question that caught your interest?

    Also comment below if you meditate on a regular basis or have any other type of routine that you use to relax yourself?

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    1. 4. I used to like snow, the white color and how you could build a snowman but being a person who can’t stand cold temperature I don’t like snowy winter anymore.

        • Lowest temp last winter was only 3 degrees as we’re in the city, it was probably lower for the ones residing in the mountains. Never had snow but there was hail storm once or twice.

        • Oh wait, I’m talking on celcius. You might be thinking of Farenheit? It does snow in US right? And you’re in US? So it would be 0 degrees or lower there?

        • I was thinking about Fahrenheit.
          Yes it snows
          I’m from New York and it snowed last week.
          On a few occasions during winter you may get weather below 0 degrees Fahrenheit but it’s rare.
          Definitly common to see weather in the 20’s during the winter

    2. 1.cremated and kept in a vase in the sitting room
      Uhhmmm meditation helps me a lot because of the panic attacks I get at times so I have meditation music app or calm they help

      • I agree I would rather be cremated as well.
        Meditation is a way to help relieve tension in your body.
        I been slacking tho I haven’t meditated in a while.
        Thank you for taking the time to answer these questions

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