Those were encouraging words of Mr. Adolph Zukor's...

Hawthorne-Lenox Advertiser

Those were encouraging words of Mr. Adolph Zukor's which were quoted in your issue of November 21: "I do not believe in hard times. Times are what you make them. You can always get a return for your efforts if you are willing to work." Mr. Zukor's statement will help to rouse disheartened people to renewed effort.

But why should one be disheartened? Is not such a mental condition the effect of fear? Fear cripples men's capacity to think or act wisely, and fear must be destroyed in both poor times and prosperous to fit a man for any work. John, the beloved disciple of Christ Jesus, in his first epistle, presented the panacea for overcoming fear when he said, "God is love," and, "There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear."

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