One of the most significant points from Swami's address is the unity of all the world's religions. At a conference where the fundamental point was to bring out the different approaches to spiritual identity in the world's religions, Swami's opening was one that emphasized the fundamental unity of all the world's religions. The opening line of "Sisters and Brothers of America" helps to bring forth the fundamental unity of all of the world's religions. The address was a short one that closed with the notion that all religious expression "wend its way to the same goal." His use of the Bhagavad- Gita's idea of "all men are struggling through paths which in the end lead to me" helps to emphasize this. This becomes the most significant point of Swami's address, in that the basic premise of all the world's religions result in the unity of purpose in spirituality. Swami Vivekananda's address proved to be so significant because it sought to bring together the world's religions in a fundamental notion of expression. Swami's address brought together the idea of unity in a world of divergence. In the final analysis, part of the reason why the Address was so significant and received so well was because of this call for unity as a way to find common ground in religious expression, opening doors and dialogues as opposed to closing them and silencing voices. It is here where the most significant and relevant points of Swami's address can be found.