Clairvaux Manifesto, page 73
(quote) My children love to dance. Whenever I sketch pictures of heaven on earth, everyone is dancing and everything is spherical. The atmosphere bubbles with joyful enthusiasm. Joy is the surprising destination of hope. I inhale that bloom-scented spring breeze. I can hear that bouncing melody of lively music. In his Revelation, John saw an emerald rainbow encircling the throne of God and the Lamb. I draw circles within circles.
My awareness of God’s sanctuary, creatures, elders, saints, and angels develops through focusing my imagination’s lens on the love emanating from within “all” God is; within all whom God are. Within their eternal friendship, God has always been free to send Godself and free to obey Godself; free to command Godself and free to serve Godself. God continually and willingly submits to the will of another within God’s selves. God is not jealous of Godself. In the truest sense, God loves Godself. And God loves others as God loves Godself. The English language has its limits . . .