Friday, May 25, 2012

Depressive Silence - Depths of the Ocean

Depressive Silence

"One tyme mine understondyng was led downe into the see ground, and there I saw hill and dalis grene, semand, as it were, mosse begrowne, with wrekke and with gravel. Than I understode thus, that if a man or a woman were under the broade watyr, if he might have sight of God, so as God is with a man continually, he should be save in body and soule and take no harme; and, overpassing, he should have mor solace and comfort than al this world can telle" (Julian of Norwich, A Revelation of Love, chapter 10)

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