The more vainglorious he is, the harder he competes. The harder he competes, the more he attacks, the yellower his eye. How is it that we condemn the man but endorse competition? When did the Christ condescend to compete?
Men are a mixture of yin and yang. Yin is the valley, the feminine principle; yang is the mountain, the masculine principle. Men with an excess of yang lead us to war; men with an excess of yin write poetry no one reads. We’ve been living in a yang nightmare ever since Constantine caught a vision of himself as a warrior Christ. Now, you may have noticed, things have begun to change. It’s getting quiet out there.
What is most beautiful cannot be adorned.
“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light.”
In silence, we hear. In darkness, we see.
Soul loves a vacuum.
Soul needs a body to express itself.
Christ needs a Jesus.