- 1) that evolution presupposes involution and
- 2) what is involved must of necessity evolve.
We find similar ideas in St. Augustine, the most important Christian neo-Platonist (neo-Platonism is nothing but Vedanta) as also in the Gita. St. Augustine says: “For, Thou made us for Thyself, and our heart is restless until it reposes in Thee.” Krishna says in the Gita: “At the end of the night of time, all things return to my nature, and when the new day of time begins, I bring them into light. Thus, through my nature, I bring forth all creation and this rolls around in the circle of time.”