If the world is a unity it must be a comprehensible unity and so it must be personal. The truly impersonal is a vacuity. It does not matter.
One might suppose that mathematics epitomizes the impersonal. I would suggest that sacred geometry, for instance, provides evidence to the contrary. Numbers exist because we count. I am a constructivist relative to mathematics and to the world. The world exists only in as much as it has personal meaning for us. Comprehension is a personal act, rather similar to love for that matter. We comprehend infinity due to the infinite, transcendental depth of our spirit.
Science has worked overtime to objectify and depersonalize the cosmos. But the further we peer into the depths of reality, the more we plumb the depths of our spirit. We have transcended the point of maximum impersonality and alienation. It was a vacuity. The only thing between our personal God and us is our residual ignorance, or perhaps more accurately our dogged stupidity.