A Continuing Dialectic.

A mystic writer carries within himself
a continuing dialectic, keeping
his thoughts always in process.

His thoughts and his words
change gradually in the couse of time.
Growth is a characteristic of life and thought.

The seeds of the mystical thought
is present germinally in such minds.

Sometimes God brings them
into a personal crisis
from which they emerge
as a contemplative of a special kind.

by Genova Maaa my mother

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At the core of each mystic writer is an analytical mind which constantly controls his beliefs, opinions and points of view. His/her views alter very slowly with the passing of time. Development is a distinctive part of existence and thinking. The source of mystical thought exists and germinates within such minds. Occasionally God sends them a particular trauma or trial from which they develop as a meditative of a exclusive genre.