THE SUPREME TASK

A British statesman in a recent speech said that one "has it in his power to solve quite easily the problems of material existence." And he continued: " There lies before him, if he wishes, a golden age of peace and progress. All is in his hand. He has only to conquer his last and worst enemy— himself."

The supreme task, then, is not merely to aid in safeguarding the survival of western or even world civilization, but to awaken spiritually, to lift up in consciousness the real purpose of life, to revive and practice those precepts given by Jesus of Nazareth in the Sermon on the Mount. "This will ensure the survival not merely of a civilization, but of genuine Christlikeness in individual lives.

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