is of course the supreme example of what I am trying to say. That torch has lighted the world over thousands of years, and compared to it, ours are mere tapers. But you do remember, don't you, the speaker in the Hollywood Bowl, who one summer evening asked one lone person in an audience of 30,000 to light a match. Its feeble glow shone out. Then he requested the entire audience to do the same thing, and lo! there was light everywhere. Every taper is indeed its own contribution.
Likewise, I believe that life is most fully realized which inspires others to do better living. Now "This I believe" is a phrase to strike self-consciousness and a certain consternation into the secret places of any heart, because there reside the frail porcelains of our innermost thoughts. And we must make our way between them with the sinuosity of a cat,