Ah unity, what a foreign concept! How can we be unified? Unification means I have to compromise and, let’s be honest, I am not a big fan of compromise. I come from an all-natural mindset of “I am right, therefore you must be wrong” and I have lived the vast majority of my life that way. It was so bad that at one point, even when I knew I was wrong I would argue until I convinced you that I was right (or at least satisfactorily convinced myself that I had convinced you). What became the sad reality of my life was that I found myself in a place where I only had me left, and I was not very dependable. In fact, I wasn’t dependable at all. This “I” stuff wasn’t working too well, and I didn’t know it at the time, but I needed to get into some of that “we” business. See “we” can do what “I” do not have the power to do. But “we” can’t do anything if “I” am in the way. “I” am the only barrier between you, me, and unity. A unified body is far stronger than broken pieces of a body. I know that I can’t get very far as a piece of the body. I need to be part of the unified whole. There is power in “we” that “I” can never attain. Thank you for reading. We are closing in on the end of the 31-Day Meditation project so I have a few other ideas running around in my head. I think I am gonna do a poll on social media to see which is most popular but until then, I wish you all the best!