The positive always has the advantage over the negative, truth over error, experience over theory, spiritual realities over the isolated facts of time and space.  The ascension plan is characterized by giving experience to others as soon as acquired.  Beings created in perfection are deprived of experience.  Experience, wisdom, and judgment are the concomitants of the lengthening of the time unit in mortal experience. 
Skepticism may challenge the theories of theology, but confidence in the dependability of personal experience affirms the truth of that belief which has grown into faith. 
The motion of experience equals the force of expectant imagination plus the keenness of the sensory discovery of the external qualities of contacted reality.  The higher a creature’s education, the more respect he has for the knowledge, experience, and opinions of others.  The finaliters’ experience will embrace everything presently possible.  Actual experience gives the conceptual capacity adequate for the comprehension of such many-sided problems in cosmic equity and spiritual philosophy.  The goal of experience is to attain wisdom. 
God has full understanding of the need of every intelligent creature for function and experience, and therefore, in every situation, be it concerned with the destiny of a universe or the welfare of the humblest of his creatures, God retires from activity. 
An experience is good when it heightens the appreciation of beauty, augments the moral will, enhances the discernment of truth, enlarges the capacity to love and serve one’s fellows, exalts the spiritual ideals, and unifies the supreme human motives. 
Nothing in the entire universe can substitute for the fact of experience on nonexistential levels. The infinity of the eternal God encompasses the potential for finite experience. 
Jesus was the perfectly unified human personality. And today, as in Galilee, he continues to unify mortal experience and to co-ordinate human endeavors. He unifies life, ennobles character, and simplifies experience.  Caligastia, with a maximum of intelligence and a vast experience in universe affairs, went astray—embraced sin.  The purpose of human existence is evolve by the technique of experience and, therefore, must be inherently and constitutively dependent on experience.  Michael was born a creator, educated an administrator, trained an executive, but he was required to earn his sovereignty by experience.  Nothing takes the place of experience. 
All human experience is really subjective except that intuitive realization of validity attaches to the unification of these three universe reality responses of cosmic recognition.