Impartiality cannot be a steady state of being. There are no steady states of being. And so, it is said, "It is easier to be a saint than to live with one." Because not even a saint is a steady beam of kindness and light. As soon as we care about something we are partial to it. Feeding the hungry, championing the cause of the poor, and being an advocate for the environment (etc.), puts us against corporate tax evasion and corporate greed, and fossil fuel expansion, and the destruction of the Amazon rain forest, etc. We cannot erase dualities, they will be with us always. We bear the pain of their continuation, and live within the tension of mutually exclusive polarities-- which means dancing the dance of the Serengeti, with the lions and the antelope, the jackals and wildebeests, with tragedy in the particulars, and balance over-all.