"It allows you to concentrate on the road and your one-ness
with the bike, to just enjoy the moment knowing the bike is looking out for you and the information you need is right in front of you.
With their people freely able to move around from one island to another, there will be less consciousness of their differences, less need to break up the country into federal republics or regions, a greater sense of one-ness
as a Filipino nation.
This book stresses on a society based on divine justice without oppression of any kind and about one-ness
of the entire universe; it can be viewed as a symbol of pluralism, inter-faith harmony and diversity of Pakistan as it has inspirations from all major faiths of this land and thus, is a tangible example of intangible cultural quintessence of this land.
Among the topics are divine violence in the Book of Isaiah, Isaiah 19:1-25 in light of prophetic texts from Ptolemaic Egypt, the beginnings of one-ness
theology in late Israelite prophetic literature, cognitive dissonance and eschatological violence: fantasized solutions to a theological dilemma in Second Temple Judaism, and worship and idolatry in the Book of Daniel through the lens of Tertullian's De idololatria.
Thus, Peters' univer salism is not of the "Hegelian One-ness
," where the many lose their distinctiveness in a non-differentiated unity; it is the uni-versalism of an ideal cosmos (9) that comprises "everything" and "everybody" in their inexorable fluidity and becoming and, to use Badiou (2003), makes everything count.
One answer is that the key feature of ecumenism, the one-ness
of the church open to empirical observation and inquiry, was elusive, obscured and publicly invisible, yet it was open to faith.
DESCRIPTION: Our Sabbatical lAwakening to Our Place in the Universe Storyi offers a contemplative experience that will nurture within the participant a sense of one-ness
with all creation, an exploration of self, and a renewed vision of life.
Philosopher Denys Turner tackles the difficult topic of the supposed Christian "three-ness" of God versus the supposed Muslim "one-ness
" of God and shows that, in both traditions, we should be wary of "counting" God.