My roots are in Paris, and I will not pull them up.
Long before the awakening of thought on earth, manifestations of cosmic energy must have been produced which have no parallel today.
Most activism is brought about by us ordinary people.
It is our duty as men and women to proceed as though the limits of our abilities do not exist.
I have finally decided to write my book on the spiritual life. I mean to put down as simply as possible the sort of ascetical or mystical teaching that I have been living and preaching so long. I call it ‘Le Milieu Divin,’ but I am being careful to include nothing esoteric and the minimum of explicit philosophy.
It seems to me that terrestrial beings, as they become more autonomous, psychologically richer, shut themselves up in a way against one another, and at the same time gradually become strangers to the cosmic environment and currents, impenetrable to one another, and incapable of exteriorizing themselves.
In each soul, God loves and partly saves the whole world which that soul sums up in an incommunicable and particular way.
There is neither spirit nor matter in the world. The stuff of the universe is spirit-matter. No other substance but this could have produced the human molecule.
Being happy is a matter of personal taste.
The earth was probably born by accident; but, in accordance with one of the most general laws of evolution, scarcely had this accident happened than it was immediately made use of and recast into something naturally directed.