We are one, not politically fractured - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor
On understanding the oneness of God's creation.
With all of the harsh winds blowing throughout the US election cycle, how can anyone possibly see through all the divisions, negativity, and polarization to gain a sense that we are all actually one? Is oneness possible? And does it even matter? The cover story in this week’s issue suggests it does. Noble efforts that value oneness and replace partisanship and self-interest with the greater interest of the community become a force for good with ramifications that have broad-reaching effects. But how do people, across the United States or any nation, heal the tender bruises from a raucous election and move toward positive actions that instill unity? Read more.
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