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Dan Miller, Mark Bracher, Donald Ault - 1987 - 394 pages
|... seen, achieving recognition. The tenth proverb, "Eternity is in love with the |
productions of time," reinforces this fantasy of recognition and immortality. Here,
where the productions of time, of which human existence is a part, are
|It is necessary to first be grounded in your own body, and stabilized in a |
realization of the universal love energy that dances in and as all things. Only then
, without fear ... As Blake wrote, “eternity is in love with the productions of time.”
When the ...
|with all the sentient beings within it, for, as Blake wrote, “Eternity is in love with |
the productions of time”, the eternal light in birthing the universe from itself also
committed itself to the suffering of extreme and final love for all beings and things,
Stephen D. Cox - 1992 - 314 pages
|The poet, the prophet, the true lover of the universe is always capable of |
mastering the world of time, substantializing in ... is: infinite," and eternity may
have the opportunity of demonstrating that it is "in love with the productions of
time" (MHH 7, ...
Paul Kirschner, Alexander Stillmark - 1992 - 170 pages
|But the Queen also loves the vagrant and, for the love of him, turns away from the |
King. 'Eternity is in love with the productions of time.' The king has the vagrant
beheaded for his insolence with the Queen's tacit agreement: the beheading of ...
|He is "the Only General and Universal Form/To which all Lineaments tend & seek |
with love & sympathy/. ... Similar, but less equivocal, formulations include "
Eternity is in love with the productions of time" (The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,
|In the final chapter even those inhabitants “shrunk up from existence” and “forgot |
their eternal life,” and the poem ends ... Hell, “Eternity is in love with the
productions of time” (E 36), Urizen shows the love Eternity bears time to appear
with the ...
|It is a liv ing scion in full flower, Dante's sempiternal rose, rooted in the order of |
time and decay incarnationally (see Paradiso 27, 118—20). He, too, sees eternity
in an hour and knows that the eternal is “in love with the productions of time.
|Rather, in the state of Transcendence (subtle and causal), time both collapses |
into the Eternal Now and continues to flow ... Moment which embraces all time
without obliterating any of it, because "Eternity is in love with the productions of
|For the logic of clock time, empty time, stresses the equivalence and even the |
quantifiable homogeneity of all of its ... Even if “eternity is in love with the
productions of time,” time for Blake has no way to acknowledge either the
existence of ...