had not already secured either correction or disuse.
YI, 7 Feb. 1929
All is well with you even though everything seems to go dead wrong, if you are square with yourself. Reversely, all is not well with you although everything outwardly may seem to go right, if you are not square with yourself.
H, 20 May 1939
My patriotism is not an exclusive thing. It is all-embracing and I should reject that patriotism which sought to mount upon the distress of the exploitation of other nationalities. The conception of my patriotism is nothing if it is not always, in every case, without exception, consistent with the broadest good of humanity at large.
YI, 4 April 1929
I do not believe . . . that an individual may gain spiritually and those