The Bible teaches when as a child we spoke as such, but as adults, by contending with an enemy in the air, we put away the childish ways of fighting flesh and blood, but with so many wars, so many maimed, where are the causeways to keep our shoes from staining red?
On the cross then, on a plane that reaches up, quits the earth (and the heaviness thereof), downward goes the other arm to touch the central core. Feet grounded, head in the stars, of the East and West horizons, never the twain to meet, we’re told, but by extension toward opposing poles, the limits of pure expression stretch far enough to make the circled trip; there the union is complete.
What role has Karma then?
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