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Directions: The short passage below is followed by a question based on its content. Answer the question on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.
The greatest hunger in life is not for food, money, success, status, security, or even love from the opposite sex. The deepest hunger in life is a secret that is revealed only when a person is willing to unlock a hidden part of the self. In the ancient traditions of wisdom, this quest has been likened to diving for the most-precious pearl in existence, a poetic way of saying that you have to swim far out beyond shallow waters, plunge deep into yourself, and search patiently until the pearl beyond price is found. The pearl is also called essence, the water of life, holy nectar – labels for what we, in our more prosaic scientific age, would simply call transformation. Transformation means radical change of form, the way a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly. In human terms, it means turning fear, aggression, doubt, insecurity, hatred, and emptiness into their opposites. It comes down to the age old choice of separation or unity.
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- Transformation is the root acolyte to turn a separation into unity.
- The deepest hunger in life is to look for a serene place in our hearts.
- The surface of life is only a disguise; what is real that is important aspect of our lives.
- We should aspire for the holy nectar, not for the water of life.
- Separation is a myth.
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