IF YOU REALIZED YOU HAD boarded a sinking ship, and had the means to help save not only yourself but your shipmates, wouldn't you take drastic action to do just that? At one time, I came face to face with the realization that a material sense of life is like that sinking ship, headed toward a dark conclusion—and I was on it. By this I don't mean that I felt close to death, but that my concept of life was off course and my thoughts on the subject needed to be spiritualized.
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