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Oils, Diane Cobb

 

Oils, Diane Cobb

 

 

great labour, the giants' labour of making our heart glasses perfectly clean a giants' labour because the glass itself is impregnated with the stains of countless lives. The last faintest trace of stain must be rubbed away, yet the shape of the glass retained for it is your glass which is to be filled, not someone else's. Together you go to Him, but He comes to each of you individually. Individuality is never lost; it is made perfect. The more you give yourselves to one another and to the true well-being of others, the sooner you will find the divine Beloved who is the One Self of all.

 

Two singing together, sometimes in unison, sometimes in spontaneous harmonies is a music second only to the singer divinely alone who moves everyone to tears.

 

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