A Wholesome Enthusiasm

The Communion, the Annual Meeting, and the great gathering at the home of our Leader are over, and as an experience, has passed into the religious history of the world. That it was an event of the deepest human significance none can deny.

Every assemblage is representative, embodying certain elements of thought—the recognized forces seeking expression in society, and entering the channels of education, politics, or religion. In analysis we can see readily some of these elements, and from the predominance of certain qualities, we venture to predict the success or defeat of any movement.

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