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One of the simplest yet most romantic dinners I’ve had. We were so hungry we grabbed sushi and ate at these benches near the car park. Well ok, a typical romantic date to me is getting stuffed and rolling about discussing how good the food was.
"Where the God of the more dogmatic religions divides humanity into warring camps, the God of the mystics is a unifying force." - Karen Armstrong, Chapter: The God of the Mystics, History of God.
What I feel the author is trying to express in this quote is that many people today have conceptualised God in such a way as to convey personal agendas. While mystics, such as practitioners of Tantric Yoga, Buddhism, Sufism, and Gnostic Christianity portray God as an ambiguous entity that cannot be wholly perceivable. Thus, all paths, in motive and intention to God, is the right path.
Even if you could sum up each human experience of the divine, it will be but a glimpse of God’s eternal beauty.