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Individual members rgay work for, or against, any-
thing, any other movement, as much as they choose;

but the Society, as such, holds an attitude of neutral-
ity, recognising that there is good feeling on both
sides, in any controversy, however the results may
sometimes appear. So remember, for there is a great
need to remember, that though our feelings m5.y
be roused to the highest pitch, we must not let
ourselves be carried away, lest we should run into
the sin of uncharitableness ourselves, even though we
begin with what appears to be a noble cause. Even
our noblest anger must be tempered with charity,
otherwise we shall be no true disciples of the Great