She had been sitting at the feet of the Master, instructed in the higher mathematics which deals with values Judas knew not of. ... The building of a noble church structure to stand perhaps for centuries as an object of admiration ; the filling of a park or a public ... That money will buy a great deal of high living-^ horses, dogs, yachts galore. ... The aquot;wasteaquot; is not to be assessed against the one who invests his life in a worthy cause but against the one who in aquot;savingaquot; himself loses himself.
|Title||:||The Congregationalist and Christian World|