THE problem of lack is as old as human history. When Christ Jesus said, "Ye have the poor always with you," was he not recognizing a prevalent and accepted condition of mortal experience? And his words are equally true when their meaning is enlarged to include the sick, the sinful, the sorrowing, the dying.
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