“… The heart of meditation is eternity without center or edge …” ~ Robert Rabbin

eternity

Grammatically, to meditate is a verb.
Realistically, this is not true.
In reality, meditation is not a verb.

Verbs imply time.
Meditation is timeless.

timeless

Verbs imply doing.
Meditation transcends doing.

Verbs imply becoming.
Meditation is.

becoming, is

 

Verbs are conjugated.
Meditation is undivided, unchanged, all-embracing.

The heart of meditation is
eternity without center or edge,
pure lovers braided and blended
by other lovers we can never meet.

lovers, heart of meditation

Above Poem is From: THE EXPLOSIVE SILENCE OF MEDITATION: 48 Sutras for Modern Mystics
Images (edited & Logo added): 1) Eternal Bridge, CC0 Public Domain, 2) Sun Rise Landscape, CC0 Public Domain, 3) African Daisy by paulanningCC0 Public Domain, 4) Lovers Symbol from THE EXPLOSIVE SILENCE OF MEDITATION: 48 Sutras for Modern Mystics
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