Signs of the Times

[Editorial in the Halifax Herald, Nova Scotia, Canada]

In a recital of one of his remarkable visions, the Old Testament prophet, Ezekiel, lets us into the secret of how he saw and understood so clearly the needs and aspirations of the people to whom he ministered as priest and leader. "I sat," he says, "where they sat." In other words—he put himself in their place, visualized their life and lot, caught their viewpoint, and faced things from their angle. It has been rightly said that imagination is an invaluable aid in adjusting our social relations.

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