Success

How dear to every human heart is success! How men love the least thought of it! How earnestly they work for it, struggle for it, pray for it! The desire for it enters into the child's earliest experiences, and goes on increasingly through his later years. The purpose to succeed is indeed one of the most universal factors in the affairs of all mankind.

All this has been associated with the belief that success is always something desirable, and that it ever implies happiness and prosperity. So largely is this true that men have come to reverence success frequently to the exclusion of consideration of the means whereby it has been achieved.

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Among the Churches
October 20, 1928
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