Every day, humanity is confronted with various kinds of lack—lack of money or job opportunities, lack of health, lack of peace, lack of love, lack of meaning, lack of good government, and so on. In fact, evidence that we or others are without what is needed is so pervasive that a culture of lack just seems to be the normal state of being.
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