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The GiTTs of Dawn
The propheTs oT doom are many. Their voices sound The lcnell
oT desTrucTion. ThroughouT long cenTuries ravaged by sTriTe and
conTlicTing passions, They have presaged The exTincTion oT hu-
Since The beginning oT his exisTence, man has been The un-
willing vicTim oT naTure's Torces, Torever baTTling The capricious
elemenTs which seelc To dominaTe and desTroy him. l-le has sTrug-
gled againsT oppressive environmenTs, and ToughT his Tellow man
in a ceaseless search Tor power and immorTaliTy, seeking To quench
The springs oT ambiTion ThaT Tlow in his soul. The greaTesT duel,
however, has been beTween man and The Torces wiThin himselT.
l-le has perpeTually soughT To rule over his will, To be masTer oT
his TaTe and auThor of his desTiny. These sTruggles are The essence
oT man, They are The signs oT ruin To The propheTs oT disasTer.
T-lumaniTy, however, has repudiaTed These Talse seers, Tor iT has
emerged TriumphanT Trom The baTTleTield oT liTe's eTernal wars.
The symbol oT man's sTruggles and his ulTimaTe vicTory is The
morning Dawn. The rising sun brings wiTh iT warmTh, lighT, and an
end To The darlcness oT The nighT: buT iT also carries wiThin iTs
shimmering rays a message To mankind-The Twin concepTs oT
creaTion and eTerniTy. Each day There is a new Dawn, a phenome-
non oT naTure, which, paradoxically, is as old as The world iTselT, and
which will conTinue To exisT unTil The end of ThaT universe. Man,
Too, represenTs This concepT. l-lumaniTy has Taced The same chal-
lenges and ToughT The same baTTles since The beginning oT Time.
The baTTles againsT naTure, Tellow man, and himselT have never
ceased nor Tailed To occupy men's ThoughTs or direcT Their acTions.”