I found it in Buddhism. I read Coomaraswamy’s Buddha and the Gospel of Buddhism and at once accepted it as attractive theory. In thirty years of application, I have found it to be true. I accept the four noble truths of Buddhism, for I find that the world is filled with suffering and that the cause of most of it is selfishness—the rival claims of a thousand million petty selves, each one of which believes that its desires may be pursued at the expense, if need be, of the whole. I find that the cause of suffering, the craving of self for self, may be removed by mental and moral training applied in daily life, and that the Buddha’s eightfold path provides that training.