MARCH NINETEEN

EVERY thinking man comes to realize how rapidly time passes. When the realization of this fully dawns upon him, his inclination is to hurry in the desire to attempt and achieve more.

Here, however, it is well for him to ponder the situation deeply and deliberately. He should realize that he really has at his disposal all the time there is, and that the important thing is to know how to formulate the best plans for securing the desired results.

When this is done with prudence and judgment, he can proceed with his appointed work with the assurance that his plans have been well made. Under these circumstances he should have no thought of haste, but do all with a sense of personal power and confidence.