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ABC's of Self-Realization: Ultimate Unity

Updated on September 6, 2013

The timing is perfect, in the middle of all the chaos consuming the world at the moment. Yet, further thought reveals that this topic is timeless, because throughout most of the recent history of the world, there hasn’t been a whole lot of unity about anything! Oh sure, there are groups of people that are united, under the guise of purporting their truth. They are people in the religious world. They are people in the civil rights movement. They are people in the civil liberties unions.

They are those who “fight” to be given equal rights: the GLBT groups, the NAACP, the NOW groups for women, the animal rights activists, and on and on. The reason this topic is being expounded on at this moment is because of the word “ultimate” in the title. The above groups are amazing and worthwhile and beneficial, no doubt about that – but what about “ultimate unity”? What about the unity of ALL beings in the human race? What about the fact that the entire human race was created to be in unison? We are all, literally, a part of one another. We are all to act in accordance with the benefits and workings of the other.

Our thoughts are so misconstrued over the intention of our existence. We are so unaware that we are meant to be helpers, givers, and partners to each other. We are meant to benefit ourselves individually, as well as universally. We must become aware that no one is any less valuable or important than any other. We must remember that each of us have valid input and valid perception. Why must we believe we are separate? Why must we believe that having more, doing more, achieving more, is the standard we base our worth upon? Have we forgotten or not even been conscious of the fact that we are called human beings, not human doings? What is wrong with us? Why can we not see the Truth of our very purpose?

Albert Einstein stated that the definition of insanity is “Doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result.” He also stated, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” That’s a huge hint! What will it take for us to realize that repeating this insanity and using the same logic we have always used is not working? When are we going to get wise enough, determined enough, and conscious enough to use the innate wisdom we have to make a different choice?

It’s obvious that all these questions are rhetorical. If this author had the notoriety and world-wide renown, this world would be a much more peaceful place on a much faster timeline, if it was within my power to make it that way. The most I can do is my best to be an example of what I write, to walk what I talk and mean what I say. To the best of my ability, so shall it be.


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      Lene' Lynn St. John 6 years ago from Glendale, AZ

      Denise, thank you! I try to include all of humanity in my writings. Most of what I have to say is meant to include everyone in the healing and rising evolution of everyone! :)

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      Denise Handlon 6 years ago from North Carolina

      Voted up. I like how you credit organizations that help and then take it a step further for ALL people. Nicely done.

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      Lene Lynn 6 years ago

      Wheel, oh my gosh! Your story blows my mind! You are a huge inspiration to the strength of the human spirit, for sure! I am amazed at all you do and have done to bring people together to be kind to one another and "on the same page!" YOU should run for President, then you could straighten out Congress and get this world a lot more secure! Thanks so much for sharing who you are...You stay on THIS side of the door, just like you have always done because that's where you belong! :) God bless you!

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      Dennis Thorgesen 6 years ago from Central United States

      Lene Lynn, I don't know what its going to take to get everyone of the same page. I do know some of your ideas work for businesses also.

      When I was young the only place I "fit" was in the wilderness. I was considered an adult before I started fitting with society and at times the people of the world didn't understand me even then.

      From the time I was 38 on I have gone back to the don't "fit" category. I refuse to be "locked" behind doors so the world doesn't see me.

      I was raised to be an over achiever and even being in a wheelchair hasn't slowed me down. My current life includes helping refurbish a building which was built in the 1800's, running a business, and taking care of a Developmentally disabled adult who also a diabetic.

      We as a corporation have been taking in battered and abused women and their children for over a year now also.

      We have people getting along who other wise wouldn't even know each other.

      For the first time in years the people I am around are accepting and seeing value in people who are hidden within society. It is a wonderful feeling being part of this.

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      Lene Lynn 6 years ago

      the wozz, thanks for revealing your true identity! It didn't even phase me that you had the same name! heheheh! You crack me up! :) I love you! :)

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      Lene' Lynn St. John 6 years ago from Glendale, AZ

      Wozz, first of all, I love your nickname because that is the same nickname I gave my oldest son when he was a little boy! I LOVE as far as your comment, thank you for the compliment. I totally agree with you, that it might take a catastrophe to unite the world. I was thinking that this debt ceiling issue was a start to a global catastrophe because of how the stock market has been crazy since Friday and how the rest of the world is going through their own economic's all creating a ripple effect. Thanks for the thoughts!

      Slarty, I love the perspective you had when you were small - it's much the same way I viewed the world, or at least the tiny part I knew about it. I believe there is hope, too. It seems that is the most we can reach for when we are so far lost in chaos and insanity in the world. Thanks for your compliment, I am glad you both liked my article! Thanks for taking the time to read it! :)

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      Ron Hooft 6 years ago from Ottawa

      This was a wonderful hub. Thanks for writing it.

      When I was small I thought the world was united. I thought there was world government. But I also thought TV commercials were public service announcements. How wrong I was.

      I think Wozz is right that it may take a catastrophe. But all it would really take are some very smart persistent people to eventually unite the world in ernest.

      But nationalism is a kin to racism. It's all about us against them.

      There is some hope in evolution itself, however. The EU is now united through peaceful means where as it could not be united by force.

      We started as small tribes where it was us against them. Slowly the tribes have gotten bigger. They became city states and then nations and now nations uniting.

      There is hope.

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      the wozz 6 years ago

      Very well written article. It is human nature to judge based on outward appearance. Given that, while all your points are valid.... it would take a world wide catastrophe to unite everyone together. Not just on the level of a 9/11 attack or an act of nature on a single region of the planet.... but a catastrophe on a complete global scale. Just my thoughts on it. I could be totally wrong though! LoL

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      Lene Lynn 6 years ago

      You are welcome, thanks for reading it! :)

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      alvinalex 6 years ago

      Interesting Topic thanks to share!