That Which Has Always Been Called God is more akin to the flow of time and life than a being eternal in the heavens. All things have a flow about them, and participate in the flow of time and life that carries them along from birth to death. There is movement to life and being. There is no steady state, rigid and unchanging, enlightenment, perfection. It is enlightenment, perfection, to realize this, and let it be because it is. It is all in flux--in flow. The seasons, the tides, the circadian rhythms that keep pace and time and know what time it is and what it is time for... And all of this is built into the nature of how things are. When we are at one with our nature-- with the nature of how we are-- aligned with what is right for us and is right that we do here/now, we are balanced and in harmony with the AUMMmmm of being, of life. The "sweet spot" of the universe. "At one with all things." We find our way there simply by "being here/now." At one with ourselves here/now is at one with everything, in the flow with everything. Not striving, not contriving, just being content to be here/now. This is what those who know, know. And practice. Simply by being here/now.