undividedness


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Teacher formation, then, encourages educators to pursue congruence and undividedness in their personal and professional lives; it encourages specific inner practices designed to help them remain well-connected to their inner spirit (Palmer, 1998).
Chapters discuss sainthood defined as undividedness toward God; the obedience that comes from faith; the importance of perseverance; true versus false mysticism; and much more.
Or as Francis King put it, love in Wordsworth is an overcoming of the Fall, a post-post-lapsarian return to paradise "resting on an inner state of undividedness, one consciousness, one light" (13).