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indivisible

adjective: not able to be separated or broken into parts
impossible to divide exactly by a particular number
adjective: impossible of undergoing division

"After the Big Bang, the Father-Mother Creative Process was divided into two different energies, continually working apart and together, independent yet mutually constrained to work together having individual characteristics or 'natures' - and different functions. Therefore, their work load was/is different yet indivisible." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 5, page 23]

See Also

divisibility
Division
division of motion
division of stillness
electric division
indivisibility of the atom
One Balanced Whole and Two Reciprocating Dynamics
whole
wholeness
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