The Harvest of Life – Alan Hughes , , ,

What is the good of the whole cyclic process if spirit only emerges at the end of all things pure & impersonal as it was at first before its descent into matter?

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What is the good of the whole cyclic process if spirit only emerges at the end of all things pure & impersonal as it was at first before its descent into matter? My answer is that I am not at present engaged in excusing, but in investigating the operations of Nature. But perhaps there may be a better answer available.” [A P Sinnett writing in ‘The Mahatma Letters’]. An extended reflection on the implications of this statement for our understanding of human experience.

Author: Alan Hughes
Publisher: TPH London
Edition: Blavatsky Lecture 2002, 1st edition
Book:  37pp Paperback
ISBN: 

Weight 0.420 kg
Dimensions 0.148 x 0.211 x 0.3 cm

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