Signs of the Times

[From the Evening Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Dec. 8, 1924]

A just God, said Dr. Charles W. Eliot, of Harvard, would not inflict on one of His creatures either eternal torment or eternal rest. For himself, at least, an everlasting freedom from work would not be heaven. "To me," he said, "such a heaven is unthinkable. My greatest happiness is in pleasurable activity. Joy in work is my ideal of existence, here or hereafter."

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