What We Are and Where We Are

Gai Eaton

We sleep, troubled by a multiplicity of dreams, but the traveler walks towards an awakening in which are known, at last, and fully enjoyed the realities foreshadowed in his dreaming; until his night is done with and an unimaginable daylight encompasses him.

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First published in Studies in Comparative Religion, vol. 8, no. 3 (Summer 1974). Republished here with thanks.