A Lord’s Prayer
Years ago Rog learned The Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic, its original language. He has since interpreted it in a way that has greater meaning to him; it resonates with me too. Here it is.
The Lord’s Prayer
[As interpreted by Roger Wyer]
Oh Thou, from whom the breath of life comes,
Who fills endless worlds of sound, light, and vibration,
May we experience Your light clearly and completely.
Your perfect garden approaches again.
Let Your will be done in every vibration of the universe,
And on this dense, material earth.
Give us wisdom, guidance, and understanding for our daily need.
Detach the faults that bind us,
As we release the faults of others into self-forgiveness.
Let us not lose our self in superficial things;
Free us from what keeps us from our true purpose.
From You comes the joyful will, the lively strength to act,
The song that beautifies all and renews itself forever.
Sealed in faith and truth and gratitude, and confirmed by my entire being.
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