Lutvet | The Nature of Completion
There can be no completion — just the ever-newness unfolding through our lives. Yet we continually seek to put things in boxes; to put time in boxes: this is the time in which I rest, this is the time in which I study, this is the time in which I do my chores. The boxes that we create, brings about separation, which creates the inability for us to have effortless knowing. It is only where there are no boundaries, no attempts to classify, quantify, and to categorize, that we can go into full surrender of life, and it is only there were purity can be found.
We cannot complete a section of anything — it continues to evolve. For every action… whether it's a picture that we draw and we finish; the act of drawing it has changed life, and so it ripples on and on. A butterfly's wings will flutter up and down and then it is stilled. It is not complete, for it has again changed life on Earth through its movement. The interconnectedness of life is different if we see it as the oneness of life, and so everything that is done goes on forever.