Dr. Antony Theodore
Freeing The Soul From The Fleshly Love - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
To liberate the more deep seated power,
which can raise itself
to the highest pitch of efficiency,
the superficial self compels itself to be still.
It is a sort of holy idleness
and a rest most busy
in which grace looses
the heavy yoke of fleshly love
from the soul and makes it mighty
and free through the gift of spiritual love.
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