प्रवृत्तेश्च ॥ २ ॥
pravṛtteśca || 2 ||
pravṛtteḥ—Of a tendency; ca—and.
2. And on account of (the impossibility of such) a tendency (to create).
Even granting that such a creation is possible for the Pradhana, still there are other objections.
Inert Pradhana cannot again be credited with the desire or tendency to create. Clay by itself is never seen to create a pot without the agency of an intelligent being. So the inert Pradhana cannot be the cause, for in that case the activity necessary for the production of the world would be impossible. There must be some ruling intelligence for that purpose.