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Margaret Jarek column: Nature of being is pervasive, if difficult to describe

11:50 AM, May 11, 2013
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Who among us can articulate the great mystery of being? Who is it that possesses a vocabulary so precise and whose insight is so profound and whose oratory is so skilled that they are able to delineate the boundaries of sacred consciousness and define the true nature of being?

And yet that sacred presence is all around us. It enfolds and encompasses the most minute molecule, the smallest fragment of matter.

It is infinite potentiality that flows seamlessly from the formless into a myriad of forms. ...

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