This age needs to become more realistic. It needs to listen again to the words of Jesus, who said, “I thirst.” He who is the Son of Man, the Son of God, is our example. He is the great pioneer in every realm of life. Surely if he thirsted, how much more do we? Humanity needs to get away from the world of “things as they are” into the world of “things as they ought to be.” This means that men and women must learn to live for others. It is only when we can live a life of self-forgetfulness that we get our truest joy out of life.
Source: The Seven Last Words (Bethany Press, 1935)