Remember that prayer is communion. It is the most sacred, the most religious, the most vital, the most beautiful blessing and privilege that we have – to talk to God anytime, anywhere God may be. Lift your thoughts, lift your voice, if you wish. Lift yourself higher, but find God at the same time within you. Talk quietly to your soul Talk quietly to the[…]
Also read; Claude Debussy’s use of the divine geometry in music A fundamental part of the creation of the world as recorded by our ancient narrative, is the involvement of sound, and the resultant effect of the vibrations of the sound in the creation of how we perceive matter, space and time. The Christian tradition presents a universe that was created on the basis of[…]
In mathematical terms, the divine proportions is observed when a line is divided into two parts and the longer part (a) divided by the smaller part (b) is equal to the sum of (a) + (b) divided by (a) which both equals 1.618, a term regarded by the ancient Greek as Phi, another word for Infinity.