The Moment cannot be allowed or rejected, because our sentiments of “allowance” and “rejection” are part of the Moment itself.
Surrender and struggle are facets of a Happening which is always Embraced. Nothing is ever actually resisted. “Resistance” is just a part of That which is perpetually Allowed. Nor do we ever really “surrender,” because the capacity to surrender implies the capacity to resist. Both belong to one and the same Happening.
There is a space of Surrender in which this eternal Happening unfolds. But this Surrender is not an action. It is not the opposite of resistance. It has no opposite. It occupies a realm of its own—a realm of ubiquitous Love.