Thee- Rise thee Oversoul, for I hear thee beckon me.
and hear me as I have heard thee and thy beckoning.
Rise thee Oversoul
and know me.
Me- Who be it that does come to me of
my beckoning and does call me "Oversoul"?
Thee- It is I, that
which you seek and call your "carrier within".
Me- Who, or what, are you?
Thee- I am that of
which I am. Nothing less, or more.
Me- Where is it
that you did come?
Thee- I have come from within you. So have you
beckoned. So have I come.
Me- From whence did I
Thee- Oh Oversoul. Have thee so many questions.
Me- Yes. For I stand troubled, lost and alone, for I know not
of my purpose.
Thee- I have given thee thy purpose and thou has
pleased me, for you have gathered earth and man from in their books and have
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