Treatise on God’s Plan for Man

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There are these ultimate absurdities
That make God’s troubles ours
The animal in man never cared for him
The divine in man never won him over yet –

God was not meant to live through man
Man was meant to be mistaken
God does not therefore think of man constantly
Though he loves us equally

Neither of us shall live close to him
So then is it worth to be a sleepless dreamer?
Of God-dreams, unrealized by our orphan-tears?
True, I do not know who I am

So, how shall I ever know my God
There are these ultimate absurdities
That only evolution can solve
The miracle of loving brings us on

To a future where light knows how to brighten
When the Divine in man might liberate
The human from the animal
The soul from the biological machine.

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7 thoughts on “Treatise on God’s Plan for Man

    • I suppose I am mystic with most of my spiritual roots in Taoism, Buddism, sufism, integral yoga, transpersonal psychology and the perennial philosophy generally. I’m not sure that answers your question? I believe in evolution and not a man made God in actuality.

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