EXALT THE UNCOMMON MAN

For many years human sympathies on a world-wide scale have been directed toward the interests and economic betterment of the so-called common man or the man of average abilities. These humanitarian efforts have been good to the extent that they have released men from the bondage of matter to a fuller expression of their innate mental and spiritual abilities.

Sometimes, however, this sympathetic trend has been to the disparagement and disadvantage of the individual of outstanding worth or abilities. Where the effect has been to stultify initiative, to cause reliance on matter, to debase and discourage mental and spiritual attainments, the trend has been demoralizing and utterly contrary to the law of God.

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