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This is the mistake all too often made by those who ask the age-old questions: they see that every creature's life has a beginning, so they assume God must have had one too. But the Life-Force which appears anew in every babe comes from God; it has always existed, taking on countless outward forms. God, its source, has always been and never began. Any other assumption makes Him like the creatures--finite--and is a false one that contradicts the very idea of God--the Infinite.

-- Notebooks Category 27: World-Mind > Chapter 1 : What Is God? > # 15