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Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star, Vol. 103: February 13, 1911
Thus, in no uncertain terms, the religious community of the Book of Mormon declares that God is mindful of every people. Since He is mindful of every people, should we not strive for the same attitude, for a world point of View? But there are certain world view-points for which we would not seek. For example, we would not seek to control the world by the force of arms; we would not Wish to dominate, for our selfish inter est the money market of the world; we would not wish to dictate the ideology of the world - these are ambitions which are the outgrowth of selfishness. But the Book of Mormon community, urging as it does that God is mindful of every people, would wish us to achieve a world View of a type worthy of God. What is this type and how may it be achieved?
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