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What does life mean to an oyster? He clings to his rock,
and this great creation whirls about him as a meaningless
charybidis of oblivion. Life is barely something, offering
little more than death offers. Existence is so empty, it
makes little difference whether the oyster lives or not. How
would we feel if life held no more for us than it holds for
the oyster? We would be appalled, we would shudder at the
thought of an existence that is only a degree above death
itself. We pity the poor creature who cannot be endowed
with the senses to enjoy music, appreciate art, nor culti-
vate the friendship of his kind. We marvel at the difference
between the plane of life of the man, and of the oyster. You
agree with me that we are a given number of degrees above
the plane of life of an oyster, and find the blessings of ex-
istence in such generous profusion. Then, does it not follow
that we should be motivated by the thought of the store
of pleasures that await us in the higher levels of life that
have not yet been attained? We have derived from the pre-
ceding hypothesis that the gratifications of life are directly
porportional to the degree of development. Therefore is it
not reasonable to assume that the more we develop and per-
fect our earthly existence, the more life will hold for us?
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