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  • All men seek happiness. There are no exceptions...Yet all men complain...A test which has gone on so long, without pause or change, really ought to convince us that we are incapable of attaining the good by our own efforts...this infinite abyss can be filled only with an infinite object.? - Blaise Pascal, French physicist and philosopher
  • Less than everything cannot satisfy man. - Willaim Blake, poet
  • Humans arose, rather, as a fortuitous and contingent outcome of thousands of linked events, any one of which could have occurred differently and sent history on an alternate pathway that would not have led to consciousness. - Dr. Stephen Jay Gould, Scientific American, October 1994, p. 86
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