True life as God intended is a synchrony. It does not consist in a series of nine billion parallel causal episodes--one for each human on the planet. Life as we know it, including our connection to God, would be impossible if that were true. Our cells, tissues, organs, bones, and the liquids and empty spaces in our body operate in perfect synchrony. The empty spaces operate irrespective of what the cells do or fail to do. Without the empty spaces which consist of air or ether, the body would be like a deflated balloon.
There is no causality in God's perfection. Causality is a fully subsumed facet of synchronicity. If we thought of the heart pumping blood as being caused by the blood flowing into the heart, we introduce a potential malfunction of blood not flowing into the heart. Similarly, when we begin to think of the blood flowing into the heart as being caused by the heart pumping blood, a potential malfunction of the heart not pumping blood also is introduced. The potential for eternal perfection is possible only when the heart pumping blood AND the blood flowing into the heart are viewed as occurring in perfect synchrony.
Eternal life and perfect synchrony is not possible with human creations because they are designed and constructed with the inherent "flaw" of interdependent causality. Thus, the parts are dependent on other parts in order for them to function. Human creations function only as long as their interconnected and interdependent parts function.
In contrast, human life is designed to exist eternally in perfect synchrony. We can tap into that perfection when we eliminate causality as a reason for being and doing. The Scriptures state for example in James 4:17 that anyone who "knows the good they ought to do" should do it otherwise they would be in violation of spiritual law, and thus the potential for spiritual perfection. The perfection that is inherent in spiritual law can and does manifest only when each person gives 100% of themselves to actions that are not dependent on what others do or say, but instead, on what is necessary to accomplish God's purposes, as directed by the Holy Spirit. Thus, the focus always remains on God. When instead, we begin to look at the actions of the persons around us, we begin to introduce causality and therefore imperfection into the experience of life. When disciples of Jesus each make a decision to do what God has called them to do, irrespective of circumstances and irrespective of what others do or say, we will have achieved perfect synchrony within the kingdom of God.