Children laugh about Humpty Dumpty, the fairy tale egg that is a caricature of things falling irretrievably apart. While the anthropomorphic example of the egg’s inadequacy is funny, the problem becomes pivotally serious when we as adults recognize that we live every day with splits in our makeup and with the imperative of putting them back together. Fortunately, we live on the cusp of unification, the potential of which provides an undercurrent for life’s throb. Two of life’s most prominent of these splits are the split between hidden and manifest experience and the split between the observer and the observed. Before elaborating on these splits, let me briefly introduce them.