Completeness

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Completeness is one in its sevenfold theophanies manifesting human being, divine-human well-being and timeless divine-human well-being, but without turning there is no vision of God, so no deifying glorification.

Completeness stands steadfast in the incompleteness of temporal unfolding, bearing witness to timeless realisation, enduring the uncertainties of temporality with trust in glory’s timeless presence.

Incompleteness is how divine completeness looks in time, pointing beyond¬†itself to timeless glory, revealing the reign of the Name in heavenly realms on earth as in heaven. ¬†Completeness loves to communicate itself as wisdom’s timeless theophanies of ineffable glory.

Feast of Saint Athanasius the Athonite, founder of the Monastery of the Great Lavra on Mount Athos AD 1000.