"It is perhaps not that the multitudes of people are evil as that they get so immersed in working for a livelihood, rearing a family, finding some pleasures, that the little ego provides their sole being. How much they lose if they attend only to this and never to the supreme question: Why am I here?"

"Notebooks of Paul Brunton: The Ego, Vol. 6" by Paul Brunton, Page 81

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Paul Brunton
Paul Brunton
 My new find is Paul Brunton and his student Anthony Damaini. I'm surprised I hadn't come across Paul sooner. I've had Anthony's book on my shelf for about 5 years in which he refer's heavily to books 6 and 15. Paul's "notebooks" are a real find, profound and deep. I've purchased 4 in print form but you can access them all at this link:
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