Appreciation Better Than Praise

Mortals like to be enthroned in a temporary majesty and to claim the place and attributes of a god; and the self-glorification of Nebuchadnezzar and the mob-glorification of Herod afford typical examples. But the most usual example of this is in the human tendency of the individual to sit in judgment, and praise or blame others. A poet forecasts a future in which, as he writes,

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Independence
September 21, 1918
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