The being of the individual is constantly evolving. The infinite in man summons the individual to bring unity out of the diversity with which it confronts the difficulty between the finite and the infinite existing throughout the world -the cycle comes to a head in the human consciousness.
In every facet of his life, intellectual, emotional, and moral, this effort is felt. He can receive admission into the province of God, where the endless varieties of absolute love and absolute independence abide only by plummeting his individuality and altering the whole of the finiteness into infiniteness, humanity into divinity.
But as finite and human, he cannot achieve the fruition or obtain the final attainment. The being in which the action is noticed points beyond itself, and so man has to be surpassed. The finite self is not the self-sustaining truth. Be he so, then God becomes only another self-sufficient individual, restricted by the finite self.