1. A White Stone

From the recording Lucid Dreaming

"To him who overcomes... I will give him a white stone, and on the stone a new name written which no one knows except him who receives it." (Revelation 2:17)

"God has cared to make me for himself," says the victor with the white stone, "And has called me that which I like best; for my own name must be what I would have it, seeing it is myself. What matter whether I be called a grass of the field, or an eagle of the air? A stone to build his temple or a Boanergies to wield his thunder? I am his; his idea, his making; perfect in my kind, yea, perfect in his sight; full of him, revealing him, alone with him. Let him call me what he will. The name shall be precious as my life. I seek no more. (George MacDonald, Unspoken Sermons)