Paul Brunton Daily Note

Mind, which forever is, can undergo no change in itself and no multiplication of itself. If it could, it would not be what it is—the Ultimate, the Absolute, the Unconditioned, and the Unique. Nor, being perfect, complete, could it have desire, purpose, aim, or motive for itself. Therefore it could not have projected the universe on account of any benefit sought or gain needed. There is no answer to the question why the universe was sent forth.

16.28.1.65
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  • From The Notebooks of Paul Brunton, volume 16
  • Category 28: The Alone
  • Chapter 1: Absolute Mind
  • Number: 65

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