Trying to select just one paragraph from a chapter entitled “The Law of Miracles” is not an easy task

Trying to select just one paragraph from a chapter entitled “The Law of Miracles” is not an easy task. So here are two from Autobiography of a Yogi:
“In the gigantic conceptions of Einstein, the velocity of light — 186,000 miles per second — dominates the whole Theory of Relativity. He proves mathematically that the velocity of light is, so far as man’s finite mind is concerned, the only constant of a universe in flux. On the sole “absolute” of light velocity depend all human standards of time and space. Not abstractly eternal as hitherto considered, time and space are relative and finite factors. They derive their conditional measurement-validities only in reference to the yardstick of light velocity.
In joining space as a dimensional relativity, time is now stripped to its rightful nature: a simple essence of ambiguity. With a few equational strokes of his pen, Einstein banished from the universe every fixed reality except that of light.”