Undisturbed

Implanted deep in every human heart is the desire for peace. Not, to be sure, a longing for that mere cessation of activity which is stagnation, but the genuine hungering for an unbroken orderliness of daily living which is the expression of consistently harmonious thinking.

Today, more perhaps than in any previous period of history, world events of a disturbing nature are constantly forced upon one's attention. The radio, newspaper headlines, and newsreels all seem to combine in an attempt to compel one to accept as real the "wars and rumours of wars," the frequent sad results of political upheavals, and the persistency of "man's inhumanity to man."

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January 8, 1938
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