"HOW TO GATHER, HOW TO SOW"

Since the beginning of time, mankind have believed matter to be substance. They have trusted in it and sought it for sustenance, as well as for security and satisfaction. They have gathered materially.

But since it is undependable, changeable, and destructible, matter disappoints mortals. It can never be depended upon, for it is a temporal, unintelligent concept of the human mind, wholly unreal and delusive. The effort to gather more and more matter in some form or other never satisfies, for it makes men helplessly dependent upon uncertain riches that can be wiped out overnight through financial crises or by the evil elements of nature.

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