From the February 1961 magazine.

You Can't Be Human Alone.

SOME years ago a friend of mine, writing in an entirely different sphere from our concern, had a most striking title.

"You can't be human alone."

In this trenchant phrase she summed up a basic wisdom--that aside from a few rare individuals who seem to have a special gift for solitary existence men simply cannot be men alone.

We need, we discover, the relationships with others--in the family as children, brothers and sisters, parents, grandparents and through all the other varied ties of blood and marriage--in social groupings--in our offices, shops, and stores--in our...

-- J. P. L.

North Haledon, New Jersey