OME name itsubjective mind,others the innerself. Some sayit’s a hunch,others, an idea, an inspiration.Others say it’s just bunk.Still, all men havfc it alikewhether they realize it ornot. Every man has an ideaof beauty whether it be tohim a rose, a wild storm atsea, or a well-constructedpiece of machinery. Neitherthe law of the land nor wideexperience is necessaryfor any man to knowwhat is just and what isnot. This knowledge of beauty and justice isbut an example of uni'form intelligence whichall men acquire notfrom without but fromTHE MAN INSIDE.
EVERYTHINGhas two sides,even the thin-nest paper. Itdoesn’t requirechurch or creed to prove thatunder one name there aretwo of you but both are notthe same. You can rememberthe things you have startedand done but do you knowwhence your mental picturesand emotions come? You’veplanned many ways andmeans, but every time theurge inside said, “Don’tgo ahead,” and you did,then you did not havesuccess it seems. Thereis one mind you’ve usedand know you’ve got,but if life is not allyou’ve wanted it to beit's because you forgotTHE MAN INSIDE.