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Excerpt from Concerning Life: Sermons
Secondly, with the years our standard of right increases; certainly as to what is right for others to do. We are more exacting. We want bet ter municipal government, we want a more beau tiful city, we want more honorable business deal ings, we want a social life free from scandals, we want more efficient education, we want to see poverty and crime lessened, we make greater demands upon life, that is upon men and women. The man of thirty asks questions that did not occur to the youth of twenty. The man of fifty has an ideal of citizenship that is not easily satisfied.
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