There is a subtle dance between language and silence.
“In the midst of silence there was spoken within me a secret word.”
Wisdom of Solomon 18:14-15
In the purest thing that the soul is capable of, in the noblest part, the ground–indeed, in the very essence of the soul which is the soul’s most secret part . . . here God enters the soul with His all, not merely with a part.
Meister Eckhart, Sermons and Treatises
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