Signs of the Times

[From the Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colo., Nov. 20, 1922]

"There never was a time in the history of the race," said Dr. Robert Hopkin recently, "when so much was said against giving way to despondency and worry as is being said to-day. All sorts of remedies for this destroying mood are being offered. Is it not true that the majority of men and women, when enveloped in sorrow's cloud, make the hopeful discovery that they are possessed of resources of which they were never before aware? The man who keeps himself properly busy, and who cultivates the habit of remembering and looking forward to the pleasant things in life, and who keeps ever near to his highest conception of God, can never be entirely conquered by despair."

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