We are seeds sown
Soon 2 break thru
Soon 2 bask triumphantly en the sun

Soon 2 blossom
& lend light 2 a garten
Most eager 2 receive our distinct drift of colors
                        a garten
Most eager 2 be overwhelmed
By our hopes, our dreams,
& our futures

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Soma from the Well: William James

The spiritual in man appears in the mind-cure philosophy as partly conscious, but chiefly subconscious; and through the subconscious part of it we are already one with the Divine without any miracle of grace, or abrupt creation of a new inner man. As this view is variously expressed by different writers, we find in it traces of Christian mysticism, of transcendental idealism, of Vedantism, and of the modern psychology of the subliminal self.

William James / The Varieties of Religious Experience