Coexistence, Not Compromise

Peaceful , coexistence among nations and peoples is greatly desired. Valid reasons can be presented for the acceptance of it in human activities: in trade, for instance, in the arts and sciences, in material developments, and so on. But the supposed coexistence; of good and evil challenges high ideals and to accept it can lead only to the deterioration of peaceful relations and ultimate disaster.

There is merit in one's maintaining flexible attitudes toward other races, nationalities, civilizations, or even political and religious beliefs. But only fruitlessness and failure can come from wavering attitudes toward high standards of honesty, morality, and integrity.

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