"Walking Sarah's circle is another way of saying that our spiritual journey — and thus our lifetime development — is a circumambulation of the center, of that Spirit that the Quakers call the Inner Light. The Buddhists call this rigpa, one's own true nature. Jews call it the Shekhina, "She who dwells within." The Christian mystic Meister Eckhart called it the Godseed. The Hindus call it the Atman. The Seneca tribe calls it the Orenda. The theological debate over whether God is immanent or transcendent doesn't make sense in a circular model. Everything is related and interdependent. In a nonlinear universe, either/or gets replaced by both/and. By grace, at any time during the journey, we can touch the center and know God."