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[[strikethrough]] TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1936 [[/strikethrough]] 112th Day Spanish American War Began 1898 254 Days to come con't S.S. Wash. [[circled]] 8. [[/circled]] Tis "spirits bright Versus spirit contrite," and "spiritual spite versus Alpine might" - [[circled]] 9. [[/circled]] May God judge right on the judgement night of (poor) Rudy Light 'neath the Tirol white! [[strikethrough]] WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1936 [[/strikethrough]] 113th Day 253 Days to come Mar 29th - S.S. Wash It was interesting at lunch today with Mr & Mrs Davis & Admiral Stanley. I asked Mr D what he thought of Dartington Hall, & he said it sounded very interesting; but of course giving people every opportunity isn't what causes the greatest accomplishments. He said the Rockefeller institute has been going for 25 years, & nothing much has been proved whereas Pasteur under the greatest accomplishments did a thousand times as much. Then Mrs Davis said that genius can't be turned out in schools anyway - because it comes so rarely anyway, but Dartington might enrichen the average life a hundred percent, & I agreed with her. Then Mr Davis said that Carrell in his book deplores that so much time & money is being spent on prolonging countless useless lives yearly, when really what is needed is to have [[strikethrough]] lives [[/strikethrough]] people learn how to live properly & usefully. He said that man is being ruined by his own inventions which are way beyond his mental ability to cope with. I said then that Psychoanalysis will be the only hope of [[strikethrough]] teaching people how to cope with things [[/strikethrough]]
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