Sophia Lyon Fahs
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Many of the past generation and many of today have found three abiding values in
prayer: the quiet meditation on life, the reaching out toward the universal
and the infinite, and the courageous facing of one's profoundest wishes.
Let parents sense and share with their children the glory and mystery of
everyday things. Let them look with sympathy upon humanity's age-long
dilemmas. Let no questions be taboo. The next generation can ill afford
to have the deeper values deleted from the book of life.
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