Winston Edgar Hall
Universal Truth - Poem by Winston Edgar Hall
If mankind as we know it could
Perceive and be aware of all
Dimensions and every perspective
In existence at once, then they
Would successfully obtain absolute
Certainty on most any subject.
We cannot as of now perform
This task; consequently, our
Cognitive realities shall never
Reach full potential, at least
Until we climb the proverbial
Ladder of awareness into the
Realm of unimaginable power.
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