Dr. Antony Theodore
The Absolute Of The Mystics Is Lovable. - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
Allow the mystic to live and look,
then he will speak the language
of immediate union.
It may not have the clarity
of the arguments of the philosophers.
The mystic leaves
the merely intellectual sphere
of the philosopher and enters
into an intimate personal sphere.
Hence the Absolute of the mystics
is not dry but alive,
attainable and lovable.
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