“I need do nothing”
The principle which states that we do not need to do anything to make ourselves holy, to be worthy of salvation. We need simply let go our active interference and accept the Atonement, and salvation will be given us. Indeed, in the separated state we can do nothing (T-8.IV.7:3) and have done nothing—that is, have not sinned. To experience the holy instant, then, we need not prepare ourselves, for we are worthy now. But we do need, for a moment, to stop all doing, both physical and mental, and enter a moment of stillness in which past, future, and the body are forgotten. See accepting the Atonement for oneself. See T-18.VII.