Little pieces will always be little pieces, but the whole grows more whole.

Ω 1Our task is not to create new centers, to build up larger out of smaller. Just the opposite: to intensify what is already there. The person in front of you—lost, confused, over-busy, worried, controlling, doing evil or good, victimized: in whatever state we find him or her—asks of us to intensify, intensify the life of which he or she is part and bringing into the world. When we work here, the world grows by at least the amount of the touch of our hand. It grows in the direction of unifying, gathering, meeting: it grows not in separation but in love. It intensifies what was already there and what will endure. Little pieces will always be little pieces, but the whole grows more whole.

:- Doug.

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