Pantheism And Omnipresence - Poem by Saiom Shriver
There is a very highly
placed religious figure
who criticizes pantheism
while affirming the
omnipresence of God.
Yet if God is omnipresent God is
also present in all beings, which
is the meaning of pantheism.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Brazilian, American, Australian,
Canadian, New Zealand and all
gauchos and cattle ranchers be
unable to keep all faiths and peoples
from adopting nonviolent diet
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