REFORMERS of various schools, in their endeavor to help the victims of sin and sickness, have become aware that optimism is highly desirable. Never before have physicians and theologians, for example, insisted as strongly as they are doing today upon the value of optimism as an ally in the cure of the sick and sinning.
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