Charles J. Fowler
National Association for the Promotion of Holiness
right,” [i.e., “nearly right”] is always wrong. This is true in
mathematics and in ethics. Two and two equal three and seven-eighths would be
about right; and that one pint and three-quarters of milk equal a quart would be
most right also. What would all think of that sort of reckoning?
do men in general demand of themselves and of others? just weights and
measures-agreement with recognized standards.
is this but “perfection?” perfection in every-day affairs.
does the human conscience demand when it comes to moral character and conduct?
-- nothing less than being right.
though this term may not be used, is on men’s hands and always has been and
always will be.
shall be done about it?