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The universe is beginningless and endless; it is its appearance which is intermittent and temporary. It cannot be said to have been created or to have needed a creator. That which has always been in existence, though intermittently in manifestation as man sees it, which has had no beginning or end, requires no Creator. There is nothing for him to create.

-- Notebooks Category 26: World-Idea > Chapter 1 : Divine Order of The Universe > # 157