Look Up!

The material outlook in many parts of the world today seems dismal indeed in its presentations of insufficiency and inharmony. Disagreement among nations, uncoordinated relations between races, intolerance among social groups, and rebellion in families— all are causing concern to men whose scope of thought is universal rather than local or personal.

Consideration of these problems from an entirely human standpoint of correction, even though impelled by benevolence, may result in ameliorative, but seldom curative, action. It is not conditions so much as concepts that stand in primary need of change, and this change can be properly made only through reeducation carried on from a spiritual standpoint. The world's hunger for betterment can be fed only through spiritually-based action.

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The Work That Rests Us
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