We can trust ourselves to know when to stop pouring-- and we have no idea of what we are doing. We have to know that we can trust ourselves to that which knows within, and step into the completely unknown. This is stepping into the Mystery, trusting ourselves to the completely unknown "Knower" within, and doing what we "know" needs to be done, when, where and how it needs to be done, even though we don't know how we know or even what makes us think we know. We have to bear the agony of not-knowing that we know what we are doing, and do, anyway, nevertheless, even so, what we "know" needs to be done. We live at the mercy of what we know-not all of the time. "The spirit is like the wind that blows where it will," means neither the spirit nor the wind know what they are doing, but they both do what they "know" needs to be done, anyway, nevertheless, even so. We do not have a clue. We cannot explain, defend, justify, excuse any choice we make in "knowing" what needs to be done. We live "on faith" in ourselves, in our ability to "know" when to quit pouring, and when to do what, where and how, and step into the day, and into each situation as it arises throughout the day, every day, for the rest of our life. Bearing the agony of knowing that we know-not, and refusing to allow that to stop us or even slow us down, trusting ourselves to what we do not know all the way. If we can live like that, we have it made.