We Are All One
In the Field of Good Will, we cultivate the divine part that exists in all individuals, waiting to be awakened to become effective in writing the script of their own evolution. Therefore, we preach the Ecumenism of Fraternal Feelings, which transcends everything, of those who yearn to unite in building a happy future.
One day Science will expound what universalist mystics already perceive: “We are one.” Yes, we are all one!
Let us be one in order to ensure the survival of this mistreated planet. Let us be one so the water does not become hopelessly polluted. Let us be one so that, together, we can, by scientific means, find the cure for diseases believed to have been eradicated, but which are reappearing, and for the new ones that manifest themselves, driving many people to despair and making entire populations suffer. Let us be one, since we must understand that—even when we are moderately intelligent and however humble and simple we may be—we have only one dwelling: Earth.
Let us also be one so that the animals of the ocean—as described in the Second Plague of the Apocalypse of Jesus 16: 3—do not become extinct: “The second angel poured out his bowl on the sea, and it became like the blood of a corpse, and every living thing in the sea died. . . .”
Let us, in a joint effort, keep alive the hope that we can still save our planet.
The Gospel of Jesus according to Matthew 26:41 clearly recommends that we “pray and watch,” in other words, trust God and earnestly work to make things truly better.