The Realisation of the Absolute :
Chapter-2.The Nature of the World
(b) .The Critique of Duality - 7.
When space and time, the subtlest aspects of physical manifestation, are nothing but the being of the Brahman itself, it becomes difficult to imagine the expression of Brahman into a world of diversities.
There can be no diversity without space.
Change demands a spatial emptiness where changing subject is not.
It cannot be said that space at present is not Brahman but afterwards it will become Brahman.
What is real, now at present, can never be changed subsequently.
If we are not Brahman at present, we can never be That at any time in future.
To be continued .....