Divine Definitions: (1) Perfect integration and continuity of the original plan and singular Divine purpose; holistic; (2) In complete agreement; of one sentiment; (3) In accord; having one objective: loving service; (4) Changelessness of intent; versatility and unanimity in action; (5) The total greater than the sum of its parts; (6) Exceptionally well thought out; inclusive of all for all time; (7) Unable to be improved upon; undiluted; undivided

• When God assesses Himself in His infinite realm, He recognizes One Being. Think of a giant clear bubble made of a series of perfectly incorporated inner-spheres. Each one is a different aspect of Deity. From the inside we look out and up and see many phases. From the outside He experiences Himself, with all of His facets, as Unity.
• We know God is a single and unified Being. Yet when we look at Him from our finite state, we see Him expressing Himself in all of His differing manifestations. There is simply too much God for us to take into mind as an infinite whole; we see only some of His parts. It will take a long time for us to investigate, and try to integrate, them all. The key to this integration is our personal incorporation of qualitative values. We have to be more valuable in order to see more value.

Human Definitions: (1) to act as one; in concert; (2) being in agreement; in harmony; (3) the totality of components; a person who has brought together their complex parts into a systematic whole

• He who experiences the unity of life, sees his own self in all beings, and all beings in his own self, and looks on everything with an impartial eye. — The Bhagavad-Gita, VI,29 (Written ~ 400 BC-400 AD) {Published 1944}
• Even if there is only one possible unified theory, it is just a set of rules and equations. What is it that breathes fire into the equations and makes a universe for them to describe? — Stephen William Hawking (1942–2018) English theoretical physicist