I still propose a viewpoint that I learned from a singer (lady) who basically said that she does not compartmentalize her life into various modes of living. She adheres to the "Whole Person" philosophy. This is the Monad discussed in some literature.
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Actually, it is difficult to gather all personal aspects into a singular concept. We are creatures of multiple abilities of mind, heart and body. My opinion is that an individual is always striving for Completion and Fulfillment. The Monad principle allows for variations on the theme of living well. Wholesomeness is preferred over simply MULTI-TASKING. Doing many things at one time requires a very intelligent performance. My boss at work has a perfect memory, which so few have. I can only catch one thing at a time. Yet,multi-tasking is probably a distraction to ultimate Oneness. The heart, mind and body must at least compile a daily process of multiple tasks. So few have the ability; most people run from one thing to another, in sequence. I know that I do one thing after another, in sequential order. I am not capable of parallel lines of activity.
The virtue of a highly evolved being embraces all people and things and dispels the darkness which isolates them.
Hua Hu Ching-primary lesson.
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