The Curse of Ignorance
The troubles which have beset mankind, in the past and present, have mostly come from ignorance of how best to love so as to create the prosperity and happiness all desire. The past follies and achievements of the race will be found recorded in the pages of this book, and if these are remembered, they will act as a guide and signpost to present and future generations showing the right way to think and live. Therein lies the value of history as recorded from this wider angle of thought, and, if everyone everywhere, would learn the lessons theses pages have to teach, war, suffering, poverty, and human misery would cease.
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