The Duty of the Hour

THE world has just emerged from the greatest, the most cruel and devastating war of all history. Now the day of reconstruction and rehabilitation has come. It is for us to raise up a new and better world on the ashes of the old. Are we ready and willing to undertake this great task that means so much to the coming generations? The world appears to be full of discord and inharmony, since hate, malice, and revenge abound in the human mind, where love and mercy should be supreme. Avarice, greed, and ambition are still having their way, and to those who are unable to rise above these evils and know the truth about man, the outlook is gloomy enough.

With these mortal mind signs of the times confronting him, one unsupported by a higher sense of things and without confidence in the omnipotence of good, may well say with the poet:—

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