‘Father in me and I in the Father’
The invisible in me and I in the invisible,
For I have given up the visible
And am waiting for the Invisible to cover me –
That the Invisible in the Invisible rises into the Visible.

In this world nobody is a vision of anybody
But everyone the unaware vision of mirrors.
Only in the proper consciousness invitations into visions of one another –
After the honesty of love,
Or in proper visions – according to the selfishness of mirrors.

If a believer would condition a vision to Mary,
The same as she to him, a reality would occur between them
And the mirror would be no longer,
For in their acceptance of their own basis, Non-existence,
Eternal Existence would be born outside of time and space.