The family must give to the life of the new day makers of families to whom life means a chance to realize the God-vision of the world. I. References for Study H.C. King, Personal and Ideal Elements in Education, pp. 105-27. Macmillan, $1.50. E.D. Starbuck, The Psychology of Religion, chaps., xvi-xxi. Scribner, $1.50. II. Further Reading C.R. Brown, The Young Man's Affairs. Crowell, $1.00.
When by means of a purified understanding one beholds God within, the image is distinct as in a polished mirror; but one cannot have clear vision of the Supreme by attaining to the various realms known as heavens, where one reaps the fruit of his good deeds. It is only by developing one's highest consciousness here in this life that perfect God-vision can be attained.