December 1927, p 14.
‘Let us now praise famous men … .’
One way of being. One order or level of reality. When, many years ago, I grasped the significance of that truth all notions of and belief in the possibility of ‘supernaturalism’ as well as traditional theism totally vanished for me. A damn good thing, too. My whole life changed for the better. I do not miss my former belief in the so-called ‘supernatural’ and ‘miraculous.’ Indeed, I am much happier for being able to rejoice in the extraordinary in the ordinary. Reality just is. (And, as Krishnamurti used to say, ‘In the acknowledgement of what is, there is the cessation of all conflict.’ There, you have all you need to know.)
NOTE. Those interested in the ideas and teachings of Professor John Anderson can visit the John Anderson Archive.