Man's Relentless Search
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An individual looked into his own cranium, and said, “Ah, that is what the world is like.” And didn’t bother to look over at his next-door neighbor and discover that he was looking into his own cranium. So he invented gunpowder; before that he invented catapults; before that, he invented pebbles and stone axes.

Now, what forced man to invent all these things? Why did he go to all the trouble of inventing a catapult? To batter down the citadels of other cities and nations. He wanted to batter down their walls, to crash through, to do what? So he could meet somebody.

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