By Malcolm Muggeridge
In response to a celebrated television sequence, those illuminating graphics carry to lifestyles seven recognized males looking for God.
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What is the joy of heaven but improvement of the things of the spirit? What are the pains of hell but ignorance and bodily lust, idleness and devastation of the things of the spirit? The imagination is not a state, it is human existence itself. william blake 3 It was this spiritual reality that Blake painted in his pictures and wrote about in his poetic compositions. He had no use for any other kind of reality, to the point that he could never bear to paint from what is called life, as expressed in flesh or substance or time, but only life’s in ward reality, or truth.
Contrary to what is often suggested, the conversion that Pascal so ecstatically described in the memorial did not result in his abandoning all his worldly interests. For instance, he continued with his scientific A Third Testament blaise pascal 3 studies and researches, and even as late as the last year of his life he was responsible for starting what was, in effect, the first public transporta tion system in Paris. Moreover, the most mundane of his writings, the famous Lettres provinciales (Provincial Letters) were undertaken, almost by chance, after his conversion and involved him as one of the princi pals in the bitter controversy then raging between the Jesuits and the Jansenists.
This applies particularly, of course, to poets, artists, mystics – even, in their own way, to philosophers and scientists. Though we pursue fantasy, never more so than today, the soul’s only true sustenance is reality, which even in the most adverse circumstance it somehow finds, just as a seed falling on a rock face somehow finds the tiny crack where it can grow. Of no English poet and artist is this more true than of William Blake. Born as the Renaissance world was coming to an end, he was profoundly distrustful of the intellect as a means of finding truth, and of science as a means of exploring it.