A Physician's Thought

Brooklyn (N. Y.) Eagle

If man is a spiritual being, as is generally admitted, it behooves him, for self's sake, to give attention to spiritual concerns. Besides, no general social betterment is possible until our desires are fixed upon something far above and beyond the present ideals.

We never will attain to the standard of higher ideals so long as we admire and laud as our representative great men, those monsters of acquisitiveness who possess millions that they never earned, and which could have become theirs only through the enforcement of heartless methods upon those helpless to resist them. To admire such men means to admire their cynical business maxims, and esteem as commendable the immoral deeds which make such acquisitions possible.

Is Prayer a Reserve Force?
August 26, 1905

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