The widening disparity between technological progress and the solution of social problems, including its dilemma "why go to the moon while millions go hungry?" is uncovering the need for a more enlightened approach to economic conditions, to business methods and problems. The limitations besetting efforts to meet this need on a material basis show that the basic motivating purpose of every useful and successful activity must be moral and spiritual, a genuine desire to serve rather than acquire.
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