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Microcosm, Macrocosm

Updated on February 23, 2012
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Microcosm, Macrocosm

By Tony DeLorger © 2011


Life is the inevitability of will,

the ultimate fulfilment of omnipotent expression.

Its being is perhaps miraculous to us,

yet no more than paint on a canvas to omniscience.


Contest not the concept of God,

for without us, caught in the web of life,

there could be no God.

We, in our ineptitude of being, are the irrefutable proof.


God, as we choose to associate,

is caught in His own web of life, His own struggle of being,

His expression the flow of the same creativity we understand,

the spark of all sparks, enlivening, fulfilling.


His will, His expression is far beyond us,

yet the process of will, of meaning and purpose,

defines his place in an ever grander plan,

a succession of life created by those beyond Him.


Creation may be a circle, forever spinning,

but the creation of the circle comes from without,

less prone to will and the thoughts of lesser omniscience.

Beyond Omniscience, there is no knowing.


Thought and will are then obsolete,

unknown to God’s dream,

the beginning.


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