"Get into line"

[Written Especially for Young People]

A party of tourists was visiting a famous art gallery. Being eager to see the works of a certain painter, two individuals in the group located the pictures and hurried over to see them—only to be disappointed. They appeared to be just daubs of paint.

Presently a guide called, "Get into line!" They obediently followed his direction and soon found themselves at a point of vantage where the great beauty of the pictures was revealed. Each expressed with amazing faithfulness the concept of a gifted artist.

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February 22, 1941
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