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W. N. Thomas says in The Standard:—

"Lives may be lived dominated by the worldly or the religious. The worldly shuts out the high thoughts, narrows the sympathies, and limits the range of life. The religious shuts out from nothing worthy in any sphere, but widens the range of effort, multiplies the points of contact for life, and opens new fields of promise. The worldly is the source of despair. The religious is the spring of hope. To be dominated by the religious is to recognize that there are gains that do not lend themselves to ordinary measurements, but are none the less real. . . .

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March 14, 1903
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