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God intends each individual to be an individual, or this should not have been so deep-rooted in all- to be just like every one else is to be predestined for inferiority and failure. To do our duty consistently and steadfastly demands that all ourMoreGod intends each individual to be an individual, or this should not have been so deep-rooted in all- to be just like every one else is to be predestined for inferiority and failure. To do our duty consistently and steadfastly demands that all our God-like and God-given qualities shall first of all be educated. That best becomes a man which his individuality intended him to be, and those are always successful in making a life and a living who play the game of life with the cards their individuality gives them. God made a world for each separate man, and within that world he must live, if he will live effectually- we must first of all be ourselves, must see to it that whatever else is neglected the plants God has put into the individual shall be cultivated--the crop may not be large, but we are accountable for the cultivation, not for the crop. We must be ourselves, and do our own work.There can be no greater wisdom and no greater service than that of helping another so that he may duly live in that special world which God has created for him. The most insignificant man can be complete if he is entirely true to his instincts and to his individual character. If we are incomplete, it is because we are living after some other method. We have all been stamped with individuality, but many seem to do their utmost to soak off the stamp. How different should the life of all the world be if each one only kept in his frame, and would not permit any one to try to make him part of, the picture for which his personality never intended him!