Our Father, with terms replaced with definitions

Father who dwells where your glory is full, may your power shared with us make holy what deserves to be holy.

May you fully hand over what you seek to hand over to your son and your children.

May your will be done perfectly, though we now understand it perfectly only in general and rarely in particular (outside the voice of conscience).

May you give us this day what suffices for daily existence, is above existence, and will be enjoyed in the age of the fullness of existence.

May our forgiveness of others dilate us widely enough to receive all the forgiveness we need from you.

And may neither pleasure nor fear entice us to leave you,

but save us from whatever so perverts pleasure and fear.



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