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CHALLENGE or TOMORROW
I think that every person at
sometime asks himself, Have I
succeeded? Have I made a place for myself in this world?N As
we go from place to place to place we see many kinds of people,
people who are working to get ahead and people who are loafing.
Many children in school say, Hwhat chance have I? I cannot afford
an educatlon.U They give up before they start. If they will only
accept this as a challenge they will see that to work is to accom-
plish, to accomplish will lift your spirit and with the spirit to
work no goal is too high for you.
Abraham Lincoln, a man who will never be forgotten was born
in a log cabin. He studied by candle-light, yet, with a will to
work he became an unforgettable memory to his whole country. He
was a self-educated man who never stopped learning.
Today a college education is
to the girls and boys of America.
high. o meet these standards we
of Science, our English Language,
technical knowledge of our chosen
ledge be of mining, teaching, nursing, farming, flying
other of the hundreds of professions from which we can
must secure that knowledge to make a life of our own.
knowledge we acquire the higher our standard of living
becoming more and more important
The standard of living is very
must have knowledge--knowledge
Biology, Arithmetic and then a
profession. Whether this know-
or of any
In Southern states negroes are fighting for the opportunity
to acquire an education. We who have this opportunity, surely we
are not going to turn it down. All over the world the people who
are admired are the people with an education, and the will to work.
They are the ones we read about and say HSome people sure are
luckyln Maybe it wasn't all luck. Maybe it was work. The habit
of being at an appointment at the appointed time and the willing-
ness to stay with a job until it is completed satisfactorily.
Sure, it may take some luck, but we will all have this luck if we
Here in America there is a challenge everyday of our lives:
the challenge to tell the truth when the truth needs to be toldg
the challenge of good sportsmanship against poor sportsmanship:
the challenge of standing by a friend in needy the challenge of
upholding the right in the face of profitable corruption. The one
who faces these is the one who will make the best citizen. Citizen-
ship ls regarded by everyone as a priceless asset to himself as
well as his community. There is no one, but who could go to church
more regularly, attend more community affairs and patronize the
voting poll more earnestly. Thousands of our fathers, sons and
brothers died to give us the opportunity to go to the church we
choose, to give us the privilege of voting as we see fit, and yet
we let these ugo down the drain' because it is too much bother
to us. '