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The Sermon I never Preached

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Any fair retrospect will highlight how fortunate we are to live in times shaped by the luxuries of modernity. We enjoy unprecedented healthcare, accessible long-distance traveling, valuable human rights, easily available education, sophisticated legal and law enforcement systems, sustaining economies, opportunity in all realms of human interests, and comfortable housing, to name just a few. Each of these, was unimaginable only a century ago. From printing, soap, antibiotics, indoor plumbing, electricity, aviation, engineering, and communication, to space travel, internet, stem cell research, touchscreen technology, and so much more, our quality of life has become increasingly incomparable to that of all our human predecessors. Even people several decades ago, certainly medieval and ancient man, could never have imagined our lifestyles. We can confidently declare that, thankfully, we have emerged as extraordinary........

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