THE VITAL SPARK

In this machine age the wheel has become an important symbol, and our ability to keep the many wheels of our affairs turning often seems to be the gauge of our activity. Although the machine may take over many of the tasks men's hands used to perform, it can never become a spontaneous, thinking being.

This essential difference between men and machines is highlighted when we consider that man can never be reduced to the dimensions of unintelligent, animated matter. He is not a complicated material structure whose usefulness is measured in terms of its physical performance.

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