Wednesday, May 31, 2017
It is too easy to fall into the human, "I have too much to do" trap of multitasking. In oneness there is no multiplicity, nor multi-task. There is just one, therefore just one task — the giving of oneself to oneness, God.
It is unnecessary, in fact untruthful, to entertain multiplicity; therefore it is equally unnecessary to multitask. The belief in multiplicity and the activity of multitasking are great distractions which steal our awareness of God -- our experience of oneness, wholeness, harmony and peace.
We must give God space to breath us, to be felt within and without "through" the spaces we make available for God, to be witnessed as truth made evident "through" our spaciousness of being and activity.
From Satisfied With God Alone, page 294
From Satisfied With God Alone, page 291