Do the heaven and earth then contain Thee, since Thou fillest them? or dost Thou fill them and yet overflow, since they do
not contain Thee? And whither, when the heaven and the earth are filled, pourest Thou forth the remainder of Thyself? or hast
Thou no need that aught contain Thee, who containest all things, since what Thou fillest Thou fillest by containing it? for
the vessels which Thou fillest uphold Thee not, since, though they were broken, Thou wert not poured out. And when
Thou art poured out on us, Thou art not cast down, but Thou upliftest us; Thou art not dissipated, but Thou gatherest
us. But Thou who fillest all things, fillest Thou them with Thy whole self? or, since all things cannot contain Thee wholly,
do they contain part of Thee? and all at once the same part? or each its own part, the greater more, the smaller less? And
is, then, one part of Thee greater, another less? or, art Thou wholly every where, while nothing contains Thee wholly?