The birth of all things starts small,
a dream, a life, a tree, a universe - water
the fission of things gives rise to new manifestations,
newer variations, to infinite permutations.
All things are fragments of an other,
no singular thing is true out of context;
all things are permuted.
So too are we.
So much interconnected parts of everything,
of anything, of stardust and love in motion.
The great law which binds us,
the will which gives rise to life itself;
the unending roar of being -
in all these ways we are pieces of a whole,
but in our uniqueness we are able to come to know the nature of the whole, of the absolute -
we crystallise ourselves in spirit,
so that we may love each other as souls.
LAYOUT :: Tim Jarvis