"Judge righteous judgment."

From the beginning, mortal man has constituted himself a judge. He has judged himself, his fellow, his environment, the universe. Even the Almighty has not escaped the ignorant and presumptuous criticism of mankind.

Man's judgment, unless governed by Principle, has invariably proved fallacious. From the time that Cain misjudged Abel and sought to slay the troublesome exemplar rather than to follow the good example, until the present day, mortals have usually judged according to human standards,—necessarily involving human limitations,—and the inevitable consequence has been erroneous judgment.

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