Yes I... I apprecilove the reasoning too. I like that we have quickly gotten onto the point of considering one-ness.
Some of us are considering the question of balance as relating to that achievable within our own one temple. Some of us are questioning the notion of balance as His Majesty is speaking of as relating to global societal balance.
In the first instance we are asking ourselves about spiritual and material sufficiency... which is definitely what His Majesty is speaking of. I think his main point here is about the human fact of spiritual and material need, things that cannot be denied of man in satisfactory and sufficient proportion. Even the monk who renounces reliance on material world standards; he still has material needs which he absolutely has a right to have met. Equally the shopaholic that lives in million dollar NY penthouse and has been starved of access to tools of spiritual sustenance, and so probably self harms or sniffs coke... is equally entitled to the comfort of iritual meds... for their own better sense of human balance.
So His Majesty is talking about some of our basic human rights, probably natural law.
Removing it in the second instance from the individual's right to balance, there is the inclination towards the overriding sense of global balance... which we know is way off, due to inequality and the general war in Zion (fill in your own gaps).
Here is where my sight of the Trinity plays it's most significant part in my rems. Balance tends to be misunderstood as being as simplistic as the ying yang virtue. It is double sided... and likewise with the way Majesty puts it in talking of the material and spiritual, there is the double dimension. However these manifestations are in no way near as ordered. And in the manifestation of the material / spiritual elements, there are like infinite parts to balance.
So, this is where I think the question of oneness is most to be considered. There is the One that thee I is (one person), and then there is the sum of parts that make up One.
If we are the sum of parts, then this reasoning will relate to another recent thread regarding the works, the burst of the seals, and each individuals contribution to the re-establishment of balance.