THERE are in the Christian world to-day many workers to whom has come with great clarity a vision of the necessity of loving and serving their neighbors, but who are still in darkness as to the need of performing properly this function for themselves. They hesitate to give time and thought to their own specific needs, and feel that such a course would rightly be characterized as selfish and self-centered.
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