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Rabindranath Tagore

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Our passions and desires are unruly, but our character subdues these elements into a harmonious whole. Does something similar to this happen in the physical world? Are the elements rebellious, dynamic with individual impulse? And is there a principle in the physical world which dominates them and puts them into an orderly organization? It is the constant harmony of chance and determination which makes it eternally new and living.

 
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