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U is for Unity

U is indeed for Unity

Unity is one of my favorite words. I like saying it a lot and using it to explain things. I'm not sure if it's because it's fun to say, or because It is very often used in religion. Unity is what I personally wish for in the world. That we all may be one. That everything may be one. I could care less about where you come from, what color of skin you have, what your history is... Because at the end of the day, we are all humans. We all have a story, we all come from somewhere different in the world, but yet we are all humans... Why can't we get a long?

Can't we look beyond our differences and see the similarities in all of us?

 Can't we treat each other with the same amount of respect, no matter where you come from?

My prayer is still to be answered.

It's the same thing with religion. We all believe in God. We all believe that there is a God. Regardless if we think Jesus was the Messiah or not, we still all believe in God. Regardless if we believe that The Bread and Wine become the Body and Blood of Christ at mass or not, we all still believe God is there.

So then, Why do we focus on whats different and not whats the same?

Why do we look at the negative and not the positive?

I saw this quote last year, and I haven't forgotten it. I always remember it and will always remember it in times when I see people getting persecuted or killed for religion. The quote is:

God is to big to fit into one religion

I personally think this world could use  a clean up. I think we can all look beyond all our differences and see that we are all human. That we believe in God. I pray that we, who are the loved ones of God may come and look at the similarities instead of the differences! Why can't we look at the good in people instead of the bad?

I personally LOVE Pictures like the one above. It shows that regardless of where we come from, no matter what background we all worship and pray to Jesus. It shows that there is something there that units us all... It's Jesus. And regardless what we believe and Don't... We all will face death, we all are still humans.



  1. Amen, totally agree with you.

  2. Unity, such a wonderful word. Why does something like what happened in Boston finally unite these United States of America? My blog today is on United, also. Christian Unity is essential!!

    1. Unity. It is a wonderful word isn't it! Unity is what we should all try to accomplish!

  3. Unfortunately, unity is difficult even in families--wish it wasn't that way--but it is hard to put everyone together in the same boat. The funny thing is, to God--we are all on the same boat--His planet Earth!

    1. Sadly it isn't. Thats why we, the faithful ,need to say a strong heart lifted prayer so that all families, friends, and Christians maybe united!

  4. I think a lot of people do look for the good and not the bad. I honestly believe we're more unified than you think. I understand what you're trying to say here, but I think most people do try to focus on the positive, as opposed to the negative. Negativity gets talked about a lot more, and it seems to be more newsworthy, but love still conquers all, and most people really are good.

    1. I see your point, but how often more often are people talking about Boston (For an example) rather than the homeless guy that was given food or a shelter?

      People are good. But there are so many people in this world that look at the bad. That just can't get past the past. So they look for the evil in people.

      Thanks for stopping by!



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