|Abstract||Thirty spokes join together in the hub. It is because of what is not there that the cart is useful. Clay is formed into a vessel. It is because of its openness that the vessel is useful. Cut doors and windows to make a room. It is because of its openness that the room is useful. Therefore, what is present is used for profit. But it is in absence that there is usefulness.|
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