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"'Yes,' he remarked meditatively. `Yes, I think that may account for certain things I had gathered about the human race. Certainly our motto would be: "Control nature in order to obey her." Well,' he said after a pause, `that, you see, is our secret in a nutshell. We have the direct power, as you would say, over life, but, as I would say, to work in with life, to work in the very web of being. Elsewhere intelligent beings can only have an indirect power. And, having this, we don't need anything else. As I have told you, we don't know the end of the story. Perhaps we never shall. But we do know that we are on the way, that we have as much truth as we can grasp, and that it is yielding us the fullness of life.'
" He was silent for a little while, and then he went on in a lighter tone. `Of course, though our lives look idyllic and simple, you see that, just behind the appearance, is power, the vastest power life has ever known, which till now no form of life has ever been permitted to handle. We expose ourselves to a tornado of pelting force, a force which can take matter to pieces and make flesh rot into a pulp. But, like a carver of hard stone, we may manipulate what we hold in our hands in the cutting stream of this force and, by skilled manipulation make the stream of destruction carve new living forms for us in living tissue, without shedding a drop of blood. We build up what we need or, rather, what we believe life needs from us. We take evolution's slow ideal and, going into the furnace of power, we cast for it what it would have taken millions of years for it to forge on the anvil of events. And when the life process has become thwarted in some blind alley, we draw it back, we remelt it

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