I am enjoying Dr. Guite’s dialogues on the two great commandments of our Lord from his most recent collection of poetry, “Parable and Paradox: Sonnets on the Sayings of Jesus and Other Poems.” Just when I’ve decided on a favorite, he posts another on his blog. Do check out his post below and listen to him reading it, too. This one is my new favorite … for now. Enjoy!
Here is the fourth of my five dialogues on the two great commandments. I described the whole sequence in this post. The poems are taken from my new book Parable and Paradox, available from Amazon or on order from any bookshop. do come to the launch at Girton college on 14th June at 5:15 if you are free. This sequence will also feature on my new record Songs and Sonnets. Click here to learn more and support the project if you wish. This fourth poem in the series reflects on what it might mean to love with all my mind. As always you can hear the poem by clicking on the title or the play button.
Luke 10:27 He answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’”
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