Our age is one in which usefulness is thought to be the chief merit of nature; in which the attainment of power... - Abraham Joshua Heschel Quotes
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Quote:Our age is one in which usefulness is thought to be the chief merit of nature; in which the attainment of power, the utilization of its resources is taken to be the chief purpose of man in God's creation. Man has indeed become primarily a tool-making animal, and the world is now a gigantic tool box for the satisfaction of his needs. - Abraham Joshua Heschel Quotes
  


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