search. It brought me into close acquaintance with a large company of good and great men and women. But, so far as I am concerned, I find it more fruitful to direct my attention to those elements in this mysterious world around us which are, or may be, subject to human control, those elements in which the creative force is the mind of man. There, if anywhere on this earth, lies the hope of the future. For that reason, I believe, first of all, that it is our business to provide an environment in which the mind of man can enjoy the maximum amount of freedom: to think, to exchange thoughts with his fellows, to produce the best that is in him. I admit no distinction between the white mind and the black mind, or the yellow mind or the brown mind, or the mind male or the mind female. Wherever there is a mind there is the potential of great and good things.