The Search for Reality

All the breath and the bloom of the yearin the bag of one bee:All the wonder and wealth of the minein the heart of one gem:In the core of one pearlall the shade and the shine of the sea.

So writes the poet Robert Browning in "Summum Bonum." To find this wonder, wealth, breath and bloom, shade and shine, requires more than a search for honey, a material gem, or a pearl. The searcher discovers the reality of the desired qualities only after the material concept of creation has given place to the spiritual idea, which is real substance.

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