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Materialism is the absence of spirituality. The state of reality as any given perceptible circumstance, represents either an animate dimension of living spirit and communication, or is defined as inanimate matter, which possesses no inherent consequence in and of itself.

If spirit as an entity is self-existent and not manifested as a product of the Human Sensory Apparatus, then its existence as a possibility of sensory or other substantiation, may be verified either: as something which may be experienced, in any give present circumstance of the the Given Existence, or is manifest elsewhere in space and time. Spirit is-in any or all elements of the natural world, or it exists in the human memory, as learned from the instruction of others, and is manifest as states of mind.

Materialism represents the contention that the Given Existence is an incomplete and imperfect world. If the true spiritual world and state does not already exist as inherent in the perceptible natural universe, it can only exist as a conception of mind, in which the possibility of its real experience and substantiation exists only in the future.

Abstract spirituality is defined as a more perfect and progressed ideal, which can only exist in some other time and dimension. This conception is defined as Materialist because the reality of present experience in the natural world, is the absence of spirit. The physical world is considered as having no inherent consequence in and of itself, but obtains definition, identity and consequence, by being used as material for the creation of Qualified States.

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