draconianlegend asked: Melez!
I am god. I am the divine sun. I am the fourth state. I am the present and the future. I am the creator. I am the complete. I am the innermost of the innermost.
I am immortal. I am perpetual. I am the totally supreme. I am of the nature of the high and the low. I am of the nature of the essence of the eternal and the transient.
I am devoid of qualities and absence of qualities I am the essence of the fourth state and the other than the fourth. I am devoid of the space and the absence of space. I am of the nature of the essence of knowledge and ignorance.
I am devoid of time and timelessness. I am devoid of the Self and non-Self. I am devoid of the acquired, the Un-acquired, and the like, I am all-void and immutable.
I, indeed am myself. I, indeed am myself without interstices, and I am also not without interstices. I am permanent. I am without a goal. I am the Self. I am the perfectly full.
I am without discontinuity, I am the past; I am the future: I am the present. I am devoid of worldly existence. I am without any definitions or indirect attributes derived therefrom. I am action-less. I am that which moves quickly.
I do not have the nature of space and others. I am of the untouched nature of space. I am of the nature of the innermost of the innermost. I do not have anything as the innermost of the innermost.
I am of the nature of all settled conclusions. I am devoid of all defects. I am never the liberated: I am never the one in bondage.
Nepalese depiction of the Hindu goddess Kālī in sexual union with Bhairava, the wrathful form of Śiva, on a funeral pyre in the burning ground.
In her hands she holds a Khadga (scimitar) and a human head; She is menstruating and two blood streams come out of her mouth.
Bhairava holds a sword and a shell. Under the Wrathful is the white form of Śiva, with four arms and wearing a tiger skin, holding in his hands a Trishula and a Dhamaru drum.
“Yes, there is the unforgivable. Is this not, in truth, the only thing to forgive? The only thing that calls for forgiveness? If one is only prepared to forgive what appears forgivable, what the church calls ‘venial sin’, then the very idea of forgiveness would disappear. If there is something to forgive, it would be what in religious language is called mortal sin, the worst, the unforgivable crime or harm.
One cannot, or should not, forgive; there is only forgiveness, if there is any, where there is the unforgivable. That is to say that forgiveness must announce itself as impossibility itself. It can only be possible in doing the impossible. “
- Jacques Derrida, “On Forgiveness”.
—Mircea Eliade, Images and Symbols.