It is not too easy to make a public confession of faith. I wish very much to be sincere, to speak not of what I think I should believe, but of a faith that is truly and deeply mine. So I ask myself what it is that moves me when, like Martin Luther, I must say and do no other. Two things, I think. A belief in the importance of the individual human being—his capacity for good, the sacredness of his personality. A belief in a higher power, hence the human individual may derive strength and enlargement. I must believe that the effort for the good life is a joined effort, and that we must learn to respect one another, to trust one another, to order our life together in frankness and sincerity.