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Read, for instance, in Malcolm MacDonald's Borneo People of Segura and her wise father Tomonggong Koh, and her final adjustment to encroaching civilization.
Above all read in Jens Bjerre's The Last Cannibals how the old man of the Wailbri tribe (not cannibals) in central Australia gave to the white man his choicest possession, while the tears streamed down his face.
The Australian aborigine is the conventional exemplar of degraded humanity; yet here was a depth of sensibility which is lacking in a considerable portion of the beneficiaries of our civilization.
Persons, whether white, black, brown or yellow, are a concern of God.
Respect for personality is a privilege and a duty for us as brothers.
Such is the field for exercising our reverence.
As to our action, let us align ourselves with the purpose expressed by Jesus in the Lord's Prayer: "Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven".
With the knowledge that the kingdom comes by obedience to the moral law in our relations with all people, we have a firm intellectual grasp on both the means and the ends of our lives.
This intellectual approach to spiritual life suited me well, because I was never content to lead a divided life.
As I have said, words from Tennyson remain ever in my memory: "That mind and soul, according well, May make one music as before".
Let us now give some thought to the soul.