What is Holiness?


But what is wholeness?

To live a whole life means living a life in which you are conscious each moment and aligning your thoughts and actions to do what you believe is good.

A whole life is a life in which you wish not even one single moment of your day to remain hidden.

A whole life is one that you’d willingly share entirely with the rest of the world. Living a whole life, you’d be comfortable if it was all recorded and watched by millions of people around the world. Even better, you’d rejoice if your whole life was watched by millions of people around the world, because you believe you are doing good work all the time and living in a way which is universal, pure, and good for everyone and everything.

A whole life means you’re always on! You are always awake, alive, and up and at ’em! Now, you can actually sleep living a whole life, but even sleep becomes deliberate. You go to sleep and arise from sleep both as part of fulfilling your mission. Even your rest is purposeful and intentional and dedicated.

Generally, a whole life is when every activity of yours throughout the day is consciously aligned with fulfilling your mission. A holy life is when every activity throughout your day is consciously aligned with fulfilling God’s mission. πŸ™‚

And you don’t have to freak out thinking, “How am I ever suppose to know God’s mission?” Safe to say, if you’re pursuing something that is good for everyone and everything, as far as you know, then God’s on your side. And even if you’re not, God is always on your side.

Sometimes when I ask God, “What do you want me to do?” or “What do you want me to focus on?” The answer I hear is, “Whatever you want.” In so many ways, God wants what we want. Especially when we are aligned with our heart, our soul, love, purity, the highest good, the highest that is in us, – when we are aligned with basic goodness – that’s when we’re connected to the Higher Will.

Also, if you’re ever concerned that you might be doing something “bad,” you can pretty much never go wrong with the following activities:
Sitting, Breathing, Smiling, Expressing Gratitude, Laughing, Dancing, Singing, Walking, Hugging a Person or a Tree, Repeating God’s Name, Prayer, Reading a Spiritual Book, Journaling / Reflecting on Life, Appreciating Nature, Admiring Beauty, Intending Goodness and Goodwill, Asking Questions, Giving, and Forgiving.

Also would encourage you to prank call retail stores by saying, “Hallelujah! I love you.” That’s all anyone needs to hear πŸ™‚


2 thoughts on “What is Holiness?

    • Indeed! recently been at home with the parents and find it hard to have that peace of unity whenever it comes to dealing with issues of money…yet perhaps there is a way! Money just naturally seems to create division / separation, or at least it has a high potential for doing so. thus i find the life of the wandering monk somewhat appealing – walk around, beg for a meal a day, and love your present moment πŸ˜‰

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