"Nothing is lost"

"Good cannot be lost, but is immediately demonstrable as perpetually present"

Underlying all human difficulties is the belief of loss. One individual may believe he has lost health; another, friendship or love; another, supply; and still another may fear the loss of life itself. Tormented by the dread that good can be arbitrarily removed from one's experience, one entertains a precarious sense of existence and unwittingly makes mental reservations for a future barren of joy.

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The Scientific Era
July 6, 1963
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