"Yet, O Lord, you are our father, we are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of y
Deep truth about our existence, its meaning, possibilities and prospects are here outlined. We are not chance mutations with significance in no way superior to that of rocks and trees. We are children of the Father; brought to be out of high purpose, and the subjects of a protective concern. Our own offspring are born out of a will, not their own, and--at least for the for their formative years--totally dependent on our benevolent objectives on their account. So through all our lives, despite our limited liberty to forge our own destiny, we remain God's property; we are in his hands.