Communal prayer is endemic to Christianity,
Because thought appertains to
The wavicle aspect of the neutron,
With particular reference to the midbrain.
If Christianity has hitherto stressed prayer
Instead of meditation, it is because -
Particularly in its Protestant manifestation -
Christianity has to do with
The wavicle aspect of the neutron, being more
A religion of the intellect, or Word made Flesh,
Than of the spirit.
Meditation, by contrast, appertains to
The wavicle aspect of the electron,
And is accordingly a spiritual indulgence,
Awareness being cultivated for its own sake
Rather than used, as will,
To condition and order thoughts.
In recited prayer, there is very little
Use of the will, since what has been learnt,
And consigned to memory, attests
To a neutron-wavicle approach stemming
From the Son and reflecting the enslavement of
The supplicant/worshipper to natural determinism.
Free thought, on the other hand,
Is thought regulated by the will,
Or particle aspect of the electron,
And it is indicative of
A state freedom from natural determinism,
So dear to republican democratic sentiment.
Free thought is fundamentally anti-Church,
But it can also become pro-Centre,
As when used to advocate
The electron-wavicle freedom of pure contemplation.
If free thought is antinatural,
Then freedom from thought is Supernatural,
The antithesis to bound thought,
And thus to wavicle-biased neutrons.