Paul Brunton Daily Note

It is not enough to be a collector of other men’s ideas. He must also be an original generator of his own. He must go into the pure silence to think independently, to analyse problems and consider them for himself, and to pray for enlightenment.

  • From The Notebooks of Paul Brunton, volume 5
  • Category 7: The Intellect
  • Chapter 3: The Development of Intellect
  • Number: 30

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