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Idols are quite specific. But your will is universal, being limitless. And so it has no form, nor is content for its expression in the terms of form.

It’s hard to grasp the underlined part…..

Is that to be understood (A) Your will has no form, and also your will is not contented with your will’s expression in terms of form”?

(B) Your will has no form, and your will is not contented with your will’s expression in terms of form”?

(C) Your will has no form, and content is not for your will’s expression in terms of form”?

PS: I am not giving links because I want to know native speaker’s understanding purely based on grammar….

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Hi,
Idols are quite specific. But your will is universal, being limitless. And so it has no form, nor is content for its expression in the terms of form.

'Content' here relates to 'containing' rather than to 'contentment / happiness'.

The expression of your will is not contained in the terms of form. Crudely put, 'Your will is formless'. It can't be represented in the simple form of an idol.

It's a theological statement, of course.

Best wishes, Clive
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Oh!

I see....

Thanks a lot, Clive ~~~~