The I that I am
I in the midst of me is God.
The only thing closer to me than breathing is the I that I am.
That I, held secretly and sacredly in my consciousness, is my bread.
I, that I in the midst of me, has meat the world knows not of.
That I that I am, that I in the midst of me is my supply in every form:
supply of companionship, suppy of home, supply of health,
supply of money, supply of transportation.
I in the midst of me is the meat, the wine, and the waterfrom: Awakening to Mystical Consciousness, Joel S. Goldsmith, Acropolis Books.