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Once upon a time, a man drowned in the surf in plain sight of many people on a crowded beach. Many saw him, but no one comprehended his plight, for they were preoccupied with their cares and pleasures. A few noticed, but thought, "If he is in trouble, the lifeguards will surely save him," and paid no more attention.

The man was struggling because one submerged hand was holding a small chest filled with treasure. His ship had sunk at sea, but a current had carried him to shore, and he thought, "Surely God has saved me so that I can deliver this treasure to its intended recipients, the people on this shore!". But now he was drowning in the heavy surf, and no one came out to rescue him.

He went under, never to rise again, still clutching the chest filled with treasure. The people on the shore neither noticed his death nor knew that he had died trying to bring them treasure!

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