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BE STILL AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD
IHE' YORK VOL. XXXVII KANSAS CITY, MO., JULY, 1912] PUBLKOLIBRARY
ASTOR, LENOX AND JUDGMENT AND JUSTICE TILDEN FOUNDATION, Lesson Eleven of the Unity Society Correspondence School
Course, written by ARTHUR D. Hall, a student.
Thus saith the Lord God; Let it suffice you, O princes of Israel: remove violence and spoil, and execute judgment and justice, take away your exactions from my people, saith the Lord God.—Ezekiel 45:9.
ROM the above quotation it may be seen
that even in the Old Testament days, as
in some things. Many men of today are spending a great deal of time studying the conditions of the business world, and endeavoring to find some ways and means whereby the problems of life can be solved. It would seem that the whole cause, or rather occasion, for all inharmonies that are found in the present day life is traced back to the fact of misjudgment and injustice:
We all feel that there must be some wởnderful changes introduced into the methods of government and social itlations before there will be harmony and fellowship expressed in the problems of our daily life. There are many who feel that these changes should be made in society as a whole, and as soon as possible. Would it not be well to look back of society as a whole and see if that should be the starting place? Very likely, we would come to the conclusion that the individual should be our place of com