What a Nation Needs Most
“Money has its more or less fixed value, but the important thing after all is the character of the service we are rendering, and its adequacy for the needs of the community which we serve. This is high ground; but there are many evidences of the operation of natural laws which will compel us to still greater effort.
Never has there been a greater need for the exceptional, the resourceful, the one who can think and plan, who can advise new and original ways of doing things, who can handle situations and solve problems through the exercise of resourcefulness. And never before was the necessity more apparent for unity of purpose in business, social, religious, and community life – yes, even in our domestic life – to find relief from the stress and strain and uncertainty of our national problems.
What a nation needs most:
Are men & women who put character above wealth;
men & women who possess opinions and a will;
men & women who will not lose their individuality in a crowd;
men & women who will not think anything profitable that is dishonest;
men & women who will make no compromise with questionable things;
men & women whose ambitions are not confined to their own selfish desires;
men & women who do not have one brand of honesty for business purposes and another for private life.”