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Mealtime Madness

Even mother, who has been toughened by years of submission to mealtime discussion of her frailties, secretes a dangerous excess of adrenaline, preparatory to defending herself against strictures on her management of the family budget.
The insides of these people are behaving exactly as the cat's did when she heard the bark of the dog. And father is no exception. The poor man also suffers from his ill-timed lawgiving. His dinner doesn't "set well," and sometimes he has a pain which makes him think maybe he has an ulcer or worse.
There isn't much any of us can do about settling the larger problems of this world. But if everybody made a practice of keeping unpleasant subjects away from the dining table, I believe the world would have fewer problems to settle.

Original Article-Copyright igq5, The Chicago Daily News, Inc., qoo W. Madison St., Chicago 6, Ill. (The Chicago Daily News, September xz, q$)
Condensed Version-Copyright 1946, The Reader's Digest Assn., Inc.
(The Reader's Digest, August, q6)

Intimation of Immortality
AVETERAN NURSE (quoted in The American Magazine): It has always seemed to me a major tragedy that so many people go through life haunted by the fear of death-only to find when it comes that it's as natural as life itself. For very few are afraid to die when they get to the very end. In all my experience only one seemed to feel any terror - a woman who had done her sister a wrong which it was too late to right.
Something strange and beautiful happens to men and women when they come to the end of the road. All fear, all horror disappears. I have often watched a look of happy wonder dawn in their eyes when they realized this was true. It is all part of the goodness of nature and, I believe, of the illimitable goodness of God.

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ON BEING A REAL PERSON

A condensation from the book by HARRY EMERSON FOSDICK

HARRY EMERSON FOSDICK,
pastor of the Riverside Church in New York City, is internationally known as a preacher, as a professor at Union Theological Seminary, and as the author of The Meaning of Faith, and other books.
During the past zo years more and more people have come to Dr. Fosdick for advice about their personal difficulties. To deal with unusual problems adequately, he studied the techniques of psychiatrists and psychologists, and in many cases asked their help Thus he has been enabled to provide counsel concerning both mental and spiritual attitudes.

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