THE individual who is animated by one thought which is in advance of his present pursuits, practices, and habits, possesses in this an ideal which inevitably molds his thinking and his living into improved form. A human being who does not perceive something better than his present performance is hardly conceivable, for however far down the mental and moral scale of human living a mortal may be, somewhere and somehow he has heard, or seen, or read that which will lift his thought from the lower level, whensoever he will heed its call.
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