Sunday, June 11, 2017
We find ourselves becoming more spacious. We cannot be rushed, cannot be disturbed. We treasure stillness, silence, spaciousness. Every hour is filled with the urge to be still and attentive, and to listen.
Truth cannot get "through" a rushed or multitasking mind. It is impossible. So we find ourselves, quite naturally, becoming unwilling to cram our hours full of activity or discussion, to have deadline after deadline, to have the hubbub of that life surrounding us.
We become peaceful and spacious, and we live devoted to and attentive to truth. In this way — in this way only — are we able to feel and witness truth happening as our very being and universe.
From Satisfied With God Alone, page 295
From Satisfied With God Alone, page 291