In the midst of considerable societal division including conflicting views and policies, many of us yearn to see more genuine unity expressed locally, domestically, and globally—unity that’s not temporary, contrived, or compelled, but rooted in a firm basis, honest, and inclusive. So long as efforts to find unity are based on the premise of many opinionated minds and divergent wills with incompatible motivations and self-interests, unity will be unattainable.
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