The Divine Sophia, by Giordano Bruno

In the book Sophia; Goddess of Wisdom Bride of God, by Caitlin Matthews she shares a lament or prayer in which Giordano Bruno wrote to Sophia.
“The Divine Sophia have I loved and sought from my youth; I have desired her to be my spouse. Ever have I loved her beauteous, radiant form. Ever have I prayed that she might be sent to abide with me, that she might work with me to the end that I might know what I lacked and what in me God would find acceptable. And since she had ever known and understood, had guided me in all my life’s activity, I am persuaded that even after death she will ever keep me safe, wrapped securely in her watchful, constant love”.


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One comment on “The Divine Sophia, by Giordano Bruno

  1. afsanaydely

    Materialism – holds the molecular arrangement of matter is the cause of life and intelligence, that life and thought depend on such arrangements. Giordano Bruno

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