Signs of the Times

[Isaac Ogden Rankin, in the Boston Evening Transcript, Massachusetts]

I wonder sometimes whether it might not be a good waking resolution on some dull wintry morning to use the day in noting and remembering all the good points we can find in others. I do not mean to prepare a ledger page and balance debits and credits; but for once to let debit accounts go glimmering, while we give credit for glimpses of the beauty of holiness which we have discovered in men's lives. . . .

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