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UNITY


“The realty of the soul in its most amicable form is unity that leads to unconditional love.”29
Travis wrote these words while he was in a searching mood. To simply praise the profundity of this observation cannot do it – or him – justice.
has grasped something of incredible depth and utility, and it reaches so far into possibilities that perhaps no one will ever fathom from the richness and intensity of the words the phenomenal universal implications of his remark.
In so many ways, on so many levels, this observation digs deep into the evasive content and recesses of the human soul.
Unity?
Of what does he speak?
Few are those who can embody the personal emotional experiences of another solely based upon their oral testimony because people are not usually that closely attuned. Learned behavior shapes ethical attributes which lead to moral values … undisputed laws, for example, are communal values taken to a logical end.” We can never go beyond the principled (ethical) viewpoint that diversity or opposition to our own personal beliefs must be overcome.”
This does not discount the possibilities of two people being so closely attuned to one another to the degree they can – and do – experience the magical manifestations of unconditional love. , “Good fortune, prosperity, and what some call luck that befalls any individual, group, or government that is perceived as power will never reach fruition … it will fall apart.” Moreover, “… the innate intentions of man were perfected a long time ago … we get it right when we are at our purest form of being.”
It is, obviously, not power of which he speaks, but something far more important and weighty seems to be in a constant search mode. The human experience is his mental playground; at times, it seems, he waivers between the philosophical (the search for truth) and the philodoxical (the search for the ideal).30
He writes, “Knowledge can come from many sources but can only be experienced if accompanied by human emotional contemplation. It is emotional contemplation that drives us to experience horrific realities.”
In many ways, view of unity transcends the ordinary connotations of harmony and ‘oneness’ and moves into realms not normally explored by relativistic ‘thinkers’.
The realities of the soul are not simple platitudes buried behind fancy words and pipe dreams.31