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Word Uttered By the God
by Dr. Varanasi Ramabrahmam
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  I am the pen in the hands of the Lord
I am the word uttered by the God
Incomplete am I carved out of the Full, the Lord
Limited am I arisen from the Unlimited God
My birth sustenance and dissolution depend on the Divinity
My happiness and unhappiness are His Will

Being the instrument, implement I divine Graces and Wishes
Finishing the ordained work dissolve I into the Lord
I am the sport of the divine Playwright
I am the off-spring of the all bearing Lord
I am the object of the Divine Subject
I am a discipline of the Divine Subject

I am the manifestation of the Un-manifested
I am the creation of the Divine Creator
I am the pleasantness of His Inexplicable Bliss
I am the splendor of the Divine Person
I am the time and time-flow of the Time-Transcendent
I am the duration of the Eternal Existence
I am the pen in the hands of the Lord
I am the word uttered by the God
 
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August 14, 2012
More By: Dr. Varanasi Ramabrahmam
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Comment >I am the manifestation of the Un-manifested<

This would be my favourite line. It shows the word to be both fully comprehended by God, and in turn fully comprehending of God - therefore, equal to God. The solution to this paradox is the Trinity, that is God as context, Father; God as word within God, Son; and God as the Spirit of knowledge or love between Father and Son: not three Gods, but three persons, since each is fully God, in one God. The proof of the Trinity is to be found in the act of existence, where anything that exists is of and manifests a context, and is of the spirit of context. Without the Trinity, which I believe is not identified with but distinct from the creation, there could be no created act of existence, which is effected by the power of God in the absolute nothingness occasioned by the Divine comprehension in the act of God in the Trinity.

rdashby
08/15/2012 09:51 AM

Comment Thank you so much Rupradha. I am inspired and encouraged.

Varanasi Ramabrahmam
08/15/2012 07:47 AM

Comment excellent..specially the last stanza!!

Rupradha
08/15/2012 05:16 AM




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