soloists as Carnegie Hall. I can use my abilities to good purpose in whatever area I may be. There is no defeatism in this idea. There’s a simple recognition that a greater America, a greater world, is built on the construction of many little Americas, many little universes. But these tiny areas of effort require large souls, magnanimous beliefs, a great understanding of the worth of every individual, a deep repugnance toward crippling, bigoted principles. We are all, so to speak, potted plants, but let us each break the urn which constrains us and there can be an intermingling of rich perfumes, a garden of sweet fragrance unto the Lord.