Dr. Antony Theodore
Knowing God By Communion. - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
As the mystic grows
in his earnest aspirations
to reach God,
he knows God by communion,
and this direct intuition
of the Absolute
kills all lesser cravings.
He possesses God
and needs nothing more.
Having eyes set on eternity,
his consciousness steeped in it,
he can well afford
to tolerate the entanglements of time.
Mysticism is an entirely spiritual activity.
Its aims are wholly transcendental and spiritual.
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