This prayer is a beautiful revelation of the Divine Love and its workings in us.
“January 13, 1914
THOU hast passed over my life, O Lord, like a great wave of love, and when I was immersed in it, I knew in a way integral and intense that I had offered to Thee — when? I do not know, at no precise moment and, doubtless, always — my thoughts, my heart and my flesh in a living holocaust.
And in that great love which enveloped me, and in that consciousness of the renunciation made, there was an immense serenity vaster than the universe and a sweetness so intense and so full of an infinite compassion that a flow of tears came slowly from my eyes. Nothing could be farther removed at once from suffering and from happiness, it was an ineffable peace.
O Sublime Love, centre of our life, Marvel of marvels, I find Thee again at last and I live once again in Thee, but how much more powerfully, how much more consciously than before! How much better I know and understand Thee! Each time I find Thee again, my communion with Thee is more integral, more complete, more definitive.
O Presence of ineffable beauty, O thought of supreme redemption, sovereign power of salvation, with what joy all my being feels Thee living in itself, sole principle of its life and of all life, marvellous constructor of all thought, all will, all consciousness. Upon this world of illusion, this sombre nightmare, Thou hast bestowed Thy divine reality, and each atom of matter contains something of Thy absolute.
Thou art, Thou livest, Thou art radiant and reignest.”
The text above is quoted from the Third Edition, 1954 (translation by Rishabhchand Samsukha)
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