The prayer of Giordano Bruno

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 and 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.

Giordano Bruno

English:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giordano_Bruno 

Italian: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giordano_Bruno

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