Part II: The Divine Dialogue
I, the Master,
Dwell in the hearts of all men, but all men do not consciously dwell with me:
He that abides with me in all his thoughts and deeds, has reached the Divine Consummation.
Rejoice, all ye who seek Truth!
Be glad and not sorrowful, all ye who love Truth!
For your sorrows shall pass away as the mists of the morning;
Your doubts shall be as the darkness that is not;
And as a dream of the night shall your afflictions be.
The disciple cried, and lo! the Master heard;
The disciple was ready, and lo! the Master was at hand;
The disciple sought, and behold! the Master revealed.
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