EXPERIENCE shows that to place full trust in mere human means of caring for present or future needs is not the highest wisdom. Such trust often proves misplaced and disappointing because it is based on the false assumption that matter is dependable substance, whereas matter is limited, undependable, and substanceless and human means of acquiring its temporal benefits are,at best, conditional and uncertain.
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