19. For altogether as Thou art, Thou only knowest, Who art
unchangeably, and knowest unchangeably, and wiliest unchangeably.
And Thy Essence Knoweth and Willeth unchangeably; and Thy
Knowledge Is, and Willeth unchangeably; and Thy Will Is, and
Knoweth unchangeably. Nor doth it appear just to Thee, that as the
Unchangeable Light knoweth Itself, so should It be known by that
which is enlightened and changeable." Therefore unto Thee is my soul
as "land where no water is," because as it cannot of itself enlighten
itself, so it cannot of itself satisfy itself. For so is the fountain
of life with Thee, like as in Thy light we shall see light.