WE HEAR innumerable pleas for balance and symmetry. But like most other theories symmetry does not always perform all the wonders we expect, simply because we do not realize the rather unsymmetrical process by which symmetry comes to be. For life gets on by jerks and bounces quite as much as it does by the gliding process. . .
THE layman was reading with "proper" flourish and comment the promise of Isaiah 58, made to those who deal their "bread to the hungry" and to others who "bring the poor that are cast out" to their homes. There was in the chapter a very real pledge of future understanding and personal well-being projected on behalf of the one who would exercise charity toward his neighbor, and here it was beautifully laid out: "Then shall thy light break forth as the morning, and thine health shall spring forth speedily.". . .