Dr. Antony Theodore
We All Want To Love More. - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
We attain the realization
that our own powers of affection
are worthy of some greater
and more durable objective
than that provided
by the illusions of senses.
Therefore man’s consciousness
is urged by the cravings
of feeling or of thought
trying to attain
the encounter of the Absolute
and it is always forced
to return to the sensory plane.
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