Unism as a universal doctrine cannot be reduced to philosophy, but philosophy is one of its fundamental integral parts, and one certainly needs some general ideas to comprehend the unist approach to various applied areas. The illustration of the philosophical ideas of unism, as presented here, cannot serve as a guide to philosophy in general and the philosophy on unism in particular; it is far from any breadth and completeness. Still, just a little is better than nothing at all, and that is why I have decided to present the scattered notes as they are, without too much bothering about succession and congruence. The primary principle of unism is to do something rather than merely fancy it. So, here is a part of what could be done.