Our Existence Has No End

We live eternal amid the moment,
we live in the whispers through the heavens,
we live in particles of sunlight,
we live in every dimension of time and
in every direction of space.
Our existence has no end.

-Alexis Karpouzos

    alexiskarpouzoshttps://www.alexiskarpouzos.com/el/
    Alexis Karpouzos is a Greek Spiritual Teacher, Poet and Author, Founder of the International Community of Learning, Research and Culture in Greece. Our goal is to create a spiritual experience in consciousness worldwide, where people recognize that we are all part of an interconnected whole. The Community's activities include residential courses and conferences. The Community also runs discussion groups, social activities, art workshops, produces events, publishes books and videos in Greece.
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