Some of you are endowed with faith and some beset with doubt. Of those endowed with faith based upon spiritual kwledge, there is t one whose faith is t weakened a little by trifling doubts. Of those beset with the darkest of doubts, there is t one whose doubt is t enlightened a little by a touch of faith. When I state that ideals come true ne of you deny it or think of denying it. But, when I assure you that every ideal always comes true and that every one of your own particular ideals can be changed to a material reality, my statement contrasts so astoundingly with your past experiences of having tried faithfully to attain that which you desire, that some of you feel it can t be true, -some of you may doubt even my common sense in making such an assertion. You who doubt that every ideal comes true, doubt sincerely, -doubt because of common sense judgments based upon your present kwledge. No matter what the cause, doubt interferes with your realization of your ideals: it dampens the fire of desire and lessens your effort to attain that which you wish because you think the effort is useless. I do t wish you to accept any statement; I wish you to kw truth!