A prayer of meaning
July 6, 2010
Meaning humbly awaits to be heard.
Meaning suffers the evisceration of words.
Were meaning to utter its own words they would say, “You no longer exist to me.” You who have and you who are- you are not. Instead you are the witness to the meaning of words.
But meaning humbly awaits your ears to open to silence, and your eyes to see all things before you as it were one thing in stillness-
one thing not speaking to itself, but silently waiting to be heard.
These words are within when meaning is understood.