Take from me the light and bring me darkness, the darkness beyond, the darkness of God. Seare me with your mercy to shed burdens and worries of a lowly creature separated. In exile for too long return me to You. Through the Paraclete of truth the murmuration of purgation the forge of illumination to a place inside me uncreated. “Grant what no angel eyes has seen no archon ear has heard and what has not entered into the human heart.”[i] Take and eat whole my being in the never-ending mystery obscuring all precincts between me and You.
[i] “The Prayer of the Apostle Paul” The Nag Hammadi Library, page 28.