1. When God made the earth He could have finished it. But He didn’t. He left it as raw material–to tease us, to tantalize us, to set us thinking and experimenting and risking and adventuring. And therein we find our supreme interest in living.
2. He gave us the challenge of raw materials, not the satisfaction of perfect, finished things.
3. He left the music unsung, the dramas unplayed. He left the poetry undreamed, in order that we might become, not bored, but engage in stimulating, exciting, creative activities that keep us thinking, working, experimenting, & experiencing all the joys & durable satisfactions of achievement.