Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Great Regulars: The speaker continues to muse on the curious nature

of all the dream things in this world--"minds, mountains, souls, sky, stars," and he avers that God has "transformed" His dreaming mind into all these things.

But he reminds the Lord that while all this is merely a dream to the Dream-Creator, to His children, it is "an awesome dream-struggle and death."

from Linda Sue Grimes: Suite101.com: Paramahansa Yogananda's "Make Us Thyself"


In Shakespeare's sonnets, the spelling is always "rime"; the sonnets were written two centuries before the error.  The famous poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge is "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner."

from Linda Sue Grimes: Suite101.com: Rime or Rhyme: Which is Correct?


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