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  • n  the quality of being united into one

  • From his father, Heinrich Coudenhove-Kalergi, the boy also learned the "oneness" of the European idea.
  • At this point, she said: "I used to be part of a 'oneness,', and now I am separated.
  • I have had moments of great joy in which I suddenly had a clear, deep feeling of oneness with all that exists.
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  • RSS Worship Directory
    ALLIANCE CHURCH, 502 21 St. N; 715-235-4261; Sunday worship 9:30 am.; Sunday school 9:30 am.; Lead Pastor Doug Stolhand; . BAHA’I FAITH: Promoting the oneness of humanity.
    June 10, 2013 - Dunn County News
  • Oneness University Is Beginning Medical Study of Functions of “Awakened” and “Non-Awakened” Brains
    Oneness, a movement that focuses on human consciousness, believes that humanity is going through an evolution which is causing a biological shift in the brain. (PRWeb June 08, 2013) Read the full story at
    June 8, 2013 - PRWeb

  • Tom Daschle in International Herald Tribune
    Whether or not we can turn these hopeful indications into real, solid accomplishment depends in large measure on the degree of bipartisanship and the degree of oneness that we can create over the course of the next 12 months,former Senate...
  • Louis Farrakhan in Ninemsn
    ...75, said on Sunday that Obama's presidential candidacy had excited the nation in a way not seen since Robert Kennedy ran for the White House in 1968, and that he had been moved by the "oneness of spirit" he saw among voters,...
  • Judea Pearl in Reuters
    World Music Days is a simple yet effective way for musicians to inspire audiences with unity, purpose and the oneness of humanity,said Judea Pearl, Daniel's father and co-founder of the Daniel Pearl Foundation. "It turns music into an...

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