coadunation


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A Desultory Poem," Coleridge's lyric is nonetheless methodical in affirming that Christ's ability to sympathize with the fallen world through his incarnation and redemption, his "sacred sympathy," meant that he could bestow the gift of coadunation upon humans so that they themselves might forge imaginatively ahead towards the prospect of perfect unity with all things:
Coleridge's revelation approximates what the poet at one time, while contemplating the sublimity reflected in a Maltese sky, rejoiced in as "the Coadunation of the Individual with the Universe through Love [Coadunatio Individui cum Universo per Amorem]" (Notebooks 2: 3159).
Bor will also like it and continue with their usual endurance, tolarence and coadunation for the sake of unity like the pass fabricated lies against them.