Cosmic Prayer - Poem by Neil Crawford
Mother Universe whose spirit permeates all things,
beyond all names you are revered.
No division exists between Heaven and Earth,
the two are one in your enduring soul.
Full provision is made on this and all days,
all inequalities are the work of Man.
Trespasses go unrecognised,
forgiveness is unnecessary.
What temptations can there be
for those at peace? .
What can evil offer to the true? .
Power and Glory are dead ideas
Forever and ever in the Eternal Now.
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