Let’s say that a potter had formed some pots in a specific fashion to serve a specific purpose. It could be properly stated that the potter was the sole cause of the shape and destiny of the pots that were formed. Could the man justly blame and punish the clay he had not used for making pots for failure to become pots as well? Could he praise the clay the pots were made of for being the pots they were formed by him to be? Could one deny that only a certain number of pots were made, and that limited number was in fact the direct results of the cause that made them? Would it be logial to conclude that although the potter was indeed the cause of the pots formed, that no way limited the amount or the shape of the pots made?