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  • The whole point of Unitive conciousness is that the true self–the consciousness of the world–exists outside of space-time and so is immortal and greater than all things earthly.

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  • If the Dems were sincere in their concern about Alito and the Unitive Executive Theory then why did they not make a big deal of it during the hearings?

    Think Progress » Samuel Alito’s America

  • Unitive life, his soul plunged, drowned in the divine essence.

    En Route

  • Unitive means that it brings husband and wife together in a close and special way.

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  • Other players in the WLP segment include; Amkor Technology which stepped up to develop the new package technology in 2004 while announcing its investment in Unitive Semiconductor Taiwan (UST) to expand its bumping capacity.

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  • Its obscure and humble birth, its education in poverty, its temptation, mortification and solitude, its 'illuminated life' of service and contemplation, the desolation of that 'dark night of the soul' in which it seems abandoned by the Divine: the painful death of the self, its resurrection to the glorified existence of the Unitive Way, its final re-absorption in its Source – all these, they say, were lived once in a supreme degree in the flesh.

    Fully Human, Fully Divine: James Fowler and Evelyn Underhill

  • Actually, there are TWO ends to marriage: 1) Unitive and 2) Procreative.

    Karen Ocamb: Catholic Priest Defies Church Over Antigay Ballot Initiative

  • The Creative Love of God, who proceeds from The Love between the Father and The Son, The Lord, The Giver of Life from the beginning, is Unitive, not divisive.

    National Catholic Reporter

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