Remember why we sleep and dream and wake, and why we remember our sleeping, dreaming and waking…
A Sacred Voyage, by Socrates Geens
And what shall thy soul say when it wakes and knows
The work was left undone for which it came?
Or is this all for thy being born on earth
Charged with a mandate from eternity,
A listener to the voices of the years,
A follower of the footprints of the gods,
To pass and leave unchanged the old dusty laws?
Shall there be no new tables, no new Word,
No greater light come down upon the earth
Delivering her from her unconsciousness,
Man’s spirit from unalterable fate?
Cam’st thou not down to open the doors of Fate,
The iron doors that seemed for ever closed,
And lead man to truth’s wide and golden road
That runs through ﬁnite things to eternity?
Is this then the report that I must make,
My head bowed with shame before the Eternal’s seat, —
His power he…
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