G-d, if we are all talking about infinite beginning and instigator of world, would have to be one and same, since infinite cannot have more than one. Diviseness being the fault of religion. I can turn the tables on you and claim your disbelief in G-d is pushing us apart. Who is to say what being "together" means? Does it mean that I should throw out my proofs and join you in that "i don't know the truth" lala land? Will that make the world a happier place? I doubt it. Here in the time and place where agnostic thought and atheism is embraced, we are a discontented, dependent on anti-depressants nations, aptly monikered by one author "Prozac nation". Why? Could it be discontent goes deeper than religion, that plenty of wars and arguments can be had without G-d being the topic? I think so, actually, for history has shown that to be true. "Imagine all people living..." those were song lyrics, just as grounded in reality as the "if all the raindrops were lemondrops" one.