True Idealism

The love of high ideals and the desire to live by them are common to many, although at times it may seem difficult to see this under the mask of hopelessness, discouragement, and faintheartedness. Much has been said of late of the need for higher ideals to motivate the efforts aiming to relieve humanity of the injustices and sufferings that seem to beset it on every hand, every land.

Usually, realism is thought of as the opposite of idealism, as being an attitude of thought more concerned with immediate advantages, with the expediencies of the present, than with any supposedly impracticable ideals.

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August 13, 1938
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