Audio version read by Rev. Steven Lane Taylor, B.Msc.
“The Silence of Absolute Love”
In a letter to the Corinthians, the Apostle Paul expressed life’s goal in these words: “And now abide faith, hope, and love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”
Beyond human definitions of silence and love, there exists the realm of original Silence, Peace, and Love, where conflict and duality do not exist, and where all are in Ultimate Union with the One. Here, no words need to be spoken or thoughts responded to. Being in Absolute Love is to open oneself to Absolute Silence, Peace, Presence, or God.
In a world dominated with practical necessities, there can be nothing more practical than having a consciousness that is able to find an Absolute Silent Clarity of mind—so much at Peace, it can see through worldly confusion and duality to know what is truly necessary in this world.
This same state of Silent Clarity is one with Absolute Love, Peace, and Presence. This means that all practicalities, dualities, and conflicts can be, or are to be, met with a greeting of Absolute Love—not just for the good of one individual situation or one soul, but for the greater good of all beings, who are, in Truth, one with All.
Attaining such a state of Silence and Loving Presence provides all that is necessary to live in this earthly world and in worlds beyond—to live in Loving Silence, Peace, and pure Presence, where words are not necessary.
Dr. Paul Leon Masters
Text taken from Dr. Paul Leon Masters’ Book, “Mystical Insights: Knowing the Unknown,” Pgs. 119–120.
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Intro and ending music © “Night Radiance” by Maxim Kornyshev