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MARTIN BURKE

Reading Meister Eckhart

A poem in 6 parts, starting with the verses

1 : To go \ 2 : Without desire \ 3 : And singing, dancing, wild with joy \
4 : To be what we were before we were \ 5 : For all that it is \ 6 : You must appreciate the setting

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PLATO

ARISTOTLE

THE GREEK OLD TESTAMENT (SEPTUAGINT)

THE NEW TESTAMENT

PLOTINUS

DIONYSIUS THE AREOPAGITE

MAXIMUS CONFESSOR

SYMEON THE NEW THEOLOGIAN

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Time and Creation in Gregory of Nyssa and Meister Eckhart
Time and Creation
In Gregory of Nyssa and
Meister Eckhart

Page 2

And yet, and yet

To know the poverty in which all things begin and end

To kneel at wholesome altars and confess

To be empty so as to be full

 

Say yes to this and offer the infinite silence

The silence of submission

 

Without this nothing is whole

Without this nothing can be gained

 

You ask for more?

There is nothing more

More than this cannot be attained to

And nothing should be attempted

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Cf. by Martin Burke : Reading Meister Eckhart II - This Singing Ground

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