Where Are We Driving?

Blakely, Paul L.
November 1931
America;11/28/1931, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p183
The article reflects on men's purpose of life. The author believes that every man has its own goals in life. It mentions that in the Christian philosophy of light, Almighty God gives the earth to the human race, along with the mandate that Everyman, directly or indirectly, derive a life-long sustenance therefrom.


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