The unity factor: living the law of Love

Close to the nub of human happiness and peace is unity—generally defined as individuals, groups, and nations getting along together and finding some common purposes. But for all the desirability of unity, and regardless of progress that's been made, we live in a world that's not always notably together. There's much groundwork still facing each of us.

Thinking of unity only as mortals getting together to achieve some specific goal doesn't go nearly far enough. Learning the laws of being leads us to think more universally and hence more lovingly and unifyingly. God, Spirit, expresses Himself as All, and can never be parted from His expression, man and the universe. Universal man, God's infinite idea, is wholly at one with God. Our Christly realization and living of man's unity with God, plus our widening affection and love—far more than merely mortal efforts to weld together disparate mortals—are what will bring universal brotherhood.

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