• Be not afraid, though every stay
    Should fail, or be removed away,
    And thou be stript of all;
    But lose thyself in that vast sea,
    The ocean of the Deity,
    And all they cares shall fall.

    In death which is the most profound,
    The purest life is always found;
    Then, blindly, all forego!
    He ne're shall find, who will not lose;
    Who sinks from self, shall gain repose,
    Which none but he can know.