All of the things which pass away are but an equation, a formula, an expression which can be reduced and reduced to it’s simplest form. Nevertheless, even the a priori concept of a number is something which can be repeated, and certainly divided until we reach the foundation of all numbers systems: one.
What is indivisible is eternal. What is divisible or duplicable cannot last. It’s quite simple. Anselm of Canterbury’s ontological argument hypothesizes that God is the greatest conceivable being. God is induplicable and indivisible. The struggle between good and evil is not permanent because it projects the illusion of division upon humanity. Good will always triumph. As evil is the absence of good, the absence of something can never triumph over something that exists. God is good. God is love. All that can be divided into smaller and smaller pieces cannot last forever. The unity of the trinity is all that is and all that will be.
Deuteronomy 6:4 speaks of the inherent unity, the non-duality of God:
“Hear, O Israel! The LORD our God is one.”
No matter what your variables, or what puzzles come before you, may you always solve for the value of God in your life, God who is one.