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Mascaro, Juan - For Anandam, pure joy



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Juan Mascara – from the Introduction to the Upanishads

Brahman is described as immanent and transcendent, within all and outside all  … who creates matter out of himself, and thus becomes immanent until the end of evolution when the immanent has all again become transcendent in an ascension of evolution towards him. ….

Why?  For the joy of creation. 

Why is there evil?  For the joy of good arising from it. 

Why darkness? That light may shine the more. 

Why suffering?  For the instruction of the soul and the joy of sacrifice. 

Why the infinite play of creation and evolution?  For Anandam, pure joy.

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Mascaró, Juan

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