TROTA | CHAPTER 4 | SEL0322-3 | SWAMI KRISHNANANDA
|| 4.01 | BRAHMAN AS EXISTENCE OR BEING ||
Brahman is not a process or a collection of many particulars , not a multitude of many finites .
No amount of accumulation of relatives , however vast that may be , can make up the Absolute .
An aggregate of finites can give us a huge mass of finites , but not the Infinite — spatial immensity or vastness is not infinitude .
The Absolute transcends all finites , but includes everyone of them . It does not become . It is .
Becoming is not completeness of existence , whereas perfect Being implies Fullness .
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