force. So this I believe: that to be ready to accept truth, unprejudiced as to its source, and to give it out again, made richer by one's personal interpretation, is as vitally important as it is often difficult. Words in whatever language, whether spoken, on the printed page, on the radio, or screen or television, are conveying thought: from one to one, or one to millions. To evaluate them with integrity, with both tolerance and a critical spirit, is a worthy challenge toward a world of peace, goodwill, and understanding.
"In the beginning was the word," wrote St. John, "and the word was God." And God transcends all frontiers.
That was Reginald Orcutt of Newport, Rhode Island, Vice President for Overseas of the Mergenthaler Linotype Company.