Like we talked about last week, The Shema speaks of one, unified God: "Hear O Israel, The Lord is our God, the Lord alone."
And in the next part of the verse, Jesus invites us to love God with all of ourselves.
Not a part. Not a fragment. Not a piece. Not sometimes. Not in between appointments. Love the Lord your God with all of your heart, all of your soul, all of your mind, all of your strength.
All. All of you. All the time.
This means my heart, my soul, my mind, and body - they’re all meant to work together toward one unified purpose. One me working toward one purpose. Loving one God.