Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation homepage > Notebooks of Paul Brunton

If the universe were obviously based on mere chance, if it were in a state of complete disorder, if the moon, the sun, and the earth wandered about at their individual will, and if no sign of organization appeared anywhere in it, then we might justly assert that there was no Mind behind it. But because we see the very contrary of these things all around us, because the energy out of which the universe is made is everywhere inseparable from thought, we can definitely assert that a World-Mind must exist.

-- Notebooks Category 26: World-Idea > Chapter 1 : Divine Order of The Universe > # 28