Dr. Antony Theodore
Pilgrim's Intense Desire - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
Love draws all things to their home in God.
The Mystic becomes conscious
of the mutual desire existing between
man's spirit and the Divine Spirit.
This is the universal law on which all mysticism is based.
This natural intense attraction,
then, once he is aware of it,
will draw the pilgrim irresistibly
along the road from the Many to the One.
Devotion embraces the whole contemplative life.
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