He transcended through immanence


“The choices upon choices upon choices both grounded and cleaved him asunder. 

Choosing I-thou, seeing G-d in every encounter, anchored him to Mother Earth like old growths. 

This led his heart, mind and soul out of this world of diversions, distractions, and cruel inequities. With Blake he saw and felt the ‘World in a Grain of Sand, And Heaven in a Wild Flower… Infinity in the palm of your hand and Eternity in an hour.’

He transcended through immanence. 

He was off the treadmill. With his left foot, he strolled in the world of human beings. Which his right foot, he sauntered in the cosmos of the immortals.”

Psychology, Jean Llanomirth 


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