and have the most constructive relations with life and people if my matured emotional self dominates my motives and actions. When, after due consultation with my head, the true heart speaks, it is the finest and most mellowed judgment that I, human creature, am capable of. Man is indivisible, I believe. He is a whole—mind, spirit, body—but with only one real, fully representative voice: the voice of the heart.
There is in my belief, very suggestive symbolism in the means by which the law of the heart operates. We know that the man needs to give others—weaker, less fortunate—a transfusion of his blood as proof of fellowship. We know that hearts, which beat in unison with the problems, pains, miseries, and needs of others, knows celestial music, which can never be known to those who do not. We know that