Good Is Ours Forever

A common paradox is mankind's seeming inability to accept the existence and continuity of good. We hear all too often such expressions as: "It's too good to be true!" "It's too good to last!"

The child stares wide-eyed at a proffered sweet; the gold miner rushes his newly mined ore to be assayed ; the beggar bites the coin he is given; and the businessman hurries to reconfirm the large order he has just received. All have to be convinced that largess is really theirs.

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