The third day of Pentecost is the Day of the Holy Trinity, unveiling poetic prophecy and apophatic prayer, revealing the primordial harmony between cataphatic affirmation and apophatic negation.
Prophecy and prayer are wisdom’s witness to Holy Trinity, employing cataphatic imagery in prophecy, transcending all imagery in pure prayer. The harmony between affirmation and negation still stands steadfast because wisdom holds it’s ineffable mysteries steady.
Holy Trinity is the perfection of wisdom in her poetic affirmations and her ineffable negations, revealing the perfect completeness of God beyond affirmation and negation. Today, we remember our incompleteness in the uncreated light of God’s inexhaustible completeness, uniting affirmation and negation.
Day of the Holy Trinity