THE earnest seeker for religious truth believes that he is justly entitled to whatever there is in another's faith that will increase his faith; he feels that he has a right to know what there is in another's life that will help him to live a better life. Since truth is one and universal, belonging to no person or class of persons to the exclusion of others, the grateful recipient of good rejoices that he is able to impart to others somewhat of that which has ennobled and blessed his life.
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