I’m thinking…

…that sometimes I plain don’t understand all that Mary says…

The Creator geometrizes?
What can that be?

Turn my back on mankind and make progress?
I believe life is about love of and service to mankind…and I know that Mary lived her life just that way.

Well, I can look up geometrizes.

I found these examples in http://www.wordnik.com:

Plato is quoted as saying “God ever geometrizes” and Pythagoras as saying “numbers rule the Universe”.
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Then he will learn to trust Emerson’s dictum, “Nature geometrizes,” even in regions where the senses fail him, and the mind alone leads on.
Four-Dimensional Vistas

The form is atrociously bad; but the reflection is grand — it is another way of expressing the beautiful old Greek thought that “God _geometrizes_ everywhere” — that is, that all motion is in geometrical lines, and full of beauty.
Books and Habits from the Lectures of Lafcadio Hearn

It is the verification of Plato’s saying, “God geometrizes,” and his concept of
The New Avatar and The Destiny of the Soul The Findings of Natural Science Reduced to Practical Studies in Psychology

‘God geometrizes,’ it used to be said; and it was believed that Euclid’s elements literally reproduced his geometrizing.
Meaning of Truth

Someone said, I believe, ‘God always geometrizes.’
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Guided by what seems to be a law; — guided, at any rate, by the knowledge that there are laws; that “God geometrizes,” as Plato says: that which is within flows outward upon a design; that life precipitates itself through human affairs as it does through the forms of the crystals; that there is nothing more haphazard about the sequence of empires and civilizations, than there is about the unfolding of petals of a flower.
The Crest-Wave of Evolution A Course of Lectures in History, Given to the Graduates’ Class in the Raja-Yoga College, Point Loma, in the College-Year 1918-19

Here is a definition:

[jee-om-i-trahyz] Show IPA verb, ge·om·e·trized, ge·om·e·triz·ing.

verb (used without object)
1. to work by geometric methods.

verb (used with object)
2. to put into geometric form.

Also, especially British, ge·om·e·trise.

1650–60; geometr(y) + -ize

Here’s another:

World English Dictionary

geometrize or geometrise (dʒɪˈɒmɪˌtraɪz)
— vb
1. to use or apply geometric methods or principles (to)
2. ( tr ) to represent in geometric form

geometrise or geometrise

I confess I don’t really understand, but this one is more helpful to me:

ge·om·e·trize (j-m-trz)
v. ge·om·e·trized, ge·om·e·triz·ing, ge·om·e·triz·es

1. To study geometry.

2. To apply the methods of geometry.

1. To present in geometric form.

2. To bring into conformance with the laws and principles of geometry.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition copyright ©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Updated in 2009. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

…to quote Henry Higgins: “By George, I think she’s got it!”


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