Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation homepage > Notebooks of Paul Brunton

In the world's life there is every kind of joy and every kind of suffering, because there is every kind of creature. The world could not have been manifested at all if it had not manifested infinite variety as an expression of the infinitude of the divine power behind it. Surely this is what Plato saw when he described time as the moving image of eternity.

-- Notebooks Category 26: World-Idea > Chapter 1: Divine Order of The Universe > # 237

The Notebooks are copyright © 1984-1989, The Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation.