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  • to remain silent. The normal tendency, he says, is for one to go along with the crowd, or else to go another way and trying to justify your position by words and at times even with rationalization. When in the end all things are judged by its work - what it has accomplished, - then one realizes the futility of words. Deeds, attitudes are what count. The thing which he had felt even before leaving for San Dimas last year + a half ago has been m... more
    to remain silent. The normal tendency, he says, is for one to go along with the crowd, or else to go another way and trying to justify your position by words and at times even with rationalization. When in the end all things are judged by its work - what it has accomplished, - then one realizes the futility of words. Deeds, attitudes are what count. The thing which he had felt even before leaving for San Dimas last year + a half ago has been more strongly entrenched in his convictions than ever: one must start with himself in preparing for the "Kingdom." "I know, that as I am, I am an obstacle to the Kingdom. I must then start by clearing myself out of the way." This is the same Howie, all right, who roomed with me at Eagleson for two years. More mature and wiser, but essentially the same humble, selfless personality. * * * Jan 28 In my letter to the Monthy Mtg yesterday I wrote of my concerns in regards to leaving on bond. It seems at times as though the principles which led... less