Atonement is the cumulative effect of miracles and is thus the answer to the problem of separation. Atonement undoes the separation by emphasizing our unity with Creation and, by extension, our Creator. Miracles are personal but atonement is shared; it is a form of relationships with Creator and Creation. When we atone, we recognize that we are not separate from our brothers and sisters – and all of Creation, including blue whales, crickets and neutrinos – but rather have a shared interest in remembering our fundamental unity in God. The Atonement is not about bodies and the world but rather thought. It is abstract and thus generalizes easily. It heals the mind which believes it is split by responding to that split at the level at which it appears real. Therefore, Atonement takes form in order to effectively undo our reliance on form. It always points to the mind’s ability to choose how to see, thus establishing mind as the cause of either suffering or joy. By learning how to consistently choose peace, we become peaceful and extend peace to all our brothers and sisters.When there is only peace – and no more perception of differences – then the Atonement will be completed.