We are one, after all, you and I. Together we suffer, together exist, and forever will recreate each other. ~ Pierre Teilhard De Chardin

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Although it’s almost a cliché, the phrase “We are all one,” is more true today than ever before.

In April 1986 CBS newsman Andy Rooney covered the triumphant homecoming concert of legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz. Horowitz left his native Russia 60 years earlier, and this was his first time back. Here is what Rooney reported:I

During the latter part of the concert, watching this eighty-one-year-old genius play, I found mist forming in my eyes for some mysterious reason I could not explain. I was not sad. I was exultant. It had something to do with my pride, at that very moment, in being part of the same civilization that this great and endearing man playing the piano was part of.

Almost at the same moment I felt the suggestion of tears in my eyes, the television camera left Horowitz’s fingers on the keyboard and dissolved to the face of a Soviet citizen in the audience. He did not look like the enemy. His eyes were closed, his head tilted slightly backward so that his face was up…and one lone teardrop ran down his cheek.

It was the same teardrop running down mine.”


Worldwide peace is an achievable goal for your planet. However, it is not achievable in the way most humans are going about it today. To wage war with the goal of creating peace simply does not work. How many centuries have humans been beating their heads against that brick wall?

Whatever you are focusing on is where your vibration is. The focus of those who wage war, or who protest war, is on the same thing—war. And the experiences you create for yourselves always match your predominant vibrations.

To create peace, you must focus on peace. The most effective and powerful way to create peace on earth is to first create peace within yourself.

Then accept the diversity among humans. Allow others their paths. Be at one with yourself. Then peace will reign in your world, though not necessarily in everyone’s world.

You must be at peace within yourself—you must have found peace for yourself—before you will have any peace to give others, before you will ever be able to show others the true path to peace.

You came to this planet to experience diversity, to express your true selves. In that expression you will find joy, and you will realize you have unique gifts and talents which empower you to contribute, share, and to serve your planet.

Only in that true expression of yourselves, not in violence and war, will you create a powerful sense of oneness with all beings, with all that is. You will know you have no enemies, only sisters and brothers.

Adapted from Spirit Oracle Cards by John Cali, Frederic Calendini, and Stephanie Quesada (Great Western Publishing, 2014)


Here’s a powerfully moving video about the oneness of all that is. Thank you, Barbara!

Related links:
A Model for Global Oneness?
Are We Getting Closer To Global Oneness?
All Differences Are Illusion, Only Oneness Is Real
Is Oneness Possible?


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