the theme in this passage of Scripture seems to be "one." you know that you can not divide one and still have a whole. you might have two halves or three thirds etc., but you will never have a whole again.
"the LORD our God is one LORD" ( deuteronomy 6:4)
"a man leaves his father and mother and the two are joined into one." (genesis 2:24)
"for we have become one with Him by sharing a death like His, and we shall also be one with Hm in sharing His resurrection. (romans 6:5)
"for we, no matter how numerous we are, are one body in Christ." (I corinthians 10:17)