The worlds, species, and elements of the universe are so intertwined and interwoven that any cause that does not possess the universe as a whole cannot have true disposal over any of its elements. The manifestation of unity proceeding from the name of Single has included the whole universe within a unity so that everything proclaims it. For example, the universe’s lamp, the sun, being one indicates that the whole universe belongs to one, so too, the sponges of clouds which water the garden of the earth being the same, and the rain which comes to aid of all living creatures being the same and falling everywhere, and most of the animal and plant species spreading freely over the earth and their species and habitats being the same, are most certain signs and testimonies indicating that all those beings, as well the places they are found, are the property of a single being.
Following this analogy, the realms of beings in the universe are so interwoven they have made the universe into a totality which is indivisible in respect of creation. A cause that does not have rule over the whole universe can govern nothing at all in respect of dominicality and creativity; it cannot make a single particle heed it.
Through its greatest manifestation, the name Single has made the universe into innumerable missives of the Eternally Besought One whereby each displays seals of divine oneness and stamps of unity to the number of its words – as though printed – and points to its Scribe to the number of those seals.
Yes, all flowers, all fruits, all grasses, and all animals even, and all trees are seals of divine oneness and stamps of divine unity, which, together with the places they are found, which take the form of missives, are like signatures showing the one who wrote the place. For example, a buttercup in a garden is like a seal of the garden’s inscriber. Whosever seal the flower is, all flowers of the same sort on the face of the earth indicate clearly that they are his words and that the garden too is his writing. This means that all things ascribe everything to the One who created them, pointing to a maximum affirmation of divine unity.
In addition to being clear as the sun, the greatest manifestation of the name Single is so reasonable as to be necessary and can be accepted with infinite ease. Numerous proofs demonstrating that the association of partners with God, the opposite and opponent of that manifestation, is