Hey Fambly, Well,'m glad to be back. How's everybody? I ask the question: what is unity? We hear a lot about it but do we know what it means? I do not offer a definitive answer here but a perspective on the question that may lead us to the answer as we contemplate what we are looking for. Take a room with 100 White people in it. The republicans will hate the democrats. the English will hate the Irish. The Protestants will hate the Catholics. The brunettes will hate the blondes. the Anglos will hate the Saxons. But let one Black person come into that room or even look in the window—no, just hang a picture of a Black man on the wall and all any of them will know is that they're White. Now take a room with 100 Black people in it. They will be Brother this and Sister that, slapping high five and digging each other like they're all the most beautiful and the most united folks in the world. But let one White person come into that room and all the Black folks will act like they don't know each other. What is unity? What is its purpose? In what circumstances is it most important for people to be united? Who do we unite with?