There can be no one moment of ‘surrender’ to God. There can be that initiating, exploratory moment of surrender to the path, to the dream, but that can only be the beginning of our journey to God, not the end. In fact, once on the path we do not put our struggles behind us, we in fact face greater struggles, of greater import. We face the tempering and the refining of our inner spirit. The path is a quest, of Grail-like proportions. The path is steep and tortuous. Our adversaries are terrible and are entirely of our own making. We face truths with regards to ourselves, and those are the truths most horrible to contemplate. But the path that is constituted by our surrender to God is the only path that does not lead endlessly to nowhere. It is a path with a destination of wonder that we all shall one day take. Name God how we will. The path is there for us all. The Quest is for us all. God has no name, but God is the ONENESS that we are always part of and shall one day know.