Friday, December 23, 2011

My Continued Search for God: Otherwise the Darkness

If you have read some of my previous work, you will know that while I consider myself a spiritual person, I do not consider myself a religious person and am not so sure I believe in a God. I have read, studied, discussed and continue my "search for God." The first breakthrough was when I realized  that there could be a "spiritual god", up until then only thinking in terms of a "religious god." But that is a different story. Meanwhile I would like to share a number of "Love Poems from God" edited by Daniel Ladinsky 2002.Only a few of the poems spoke to me and I continue to contemplate them and document them here for you as well as for my future study.

St. Thomas Aquinas. (1225-1274) He is widely regarded as the greatest Catholic theologian.


I have a cause.
We need those don't we?
Otherwise the darkness and the cold gets in
and everything starts to ache.

My cause has a purpose, it is to love;

If I
Do not fulfill
My heart's vocation,
I suffer

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