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Clinton Lee Scott

Clinton Lee Scott was an American Universalist minister and outspoken pacifist.

1887 - 1985

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Always it is easier to pay homage to prophets than to heed the direction of their vision. — © Clinton Lee Scott
Always it is easier to pay homage to prophets than to heed the direction of their vision.
The freedom of the mind is the beginning of all other freedoms.
It has passed over mountain ranges and The waters of the seven seas. It has shown upon laborers in the fields, Into the windows of homes, And shops, and factories. It has beheld cities with gleaming towers, And also the hovels of the poor. It has been witness to both good and evil, The works of honest men and women and The conspiracy of knaves. It has seen marching armies, bomb-blasted villages And "the destruction that wasteth at noonday." Now, unsullied from its tireless journey, It comes to us, Messenger of the morning. Harbinger of a new day.
From the east comes the sun, bringing a new and unspoiled day.
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