ALL men long for happiness and usually seek it in material things or conditions; but materiality never satisfies. Mortals dream that the possession of a special object or the achievement of a particular worldly ambition will result in happiness; but no sooner is one desire gratified than it is succeeded by another, promising bliss, but disappointing when realized.
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