Jackson Progress-Argus (Newspaper) - July 19, 1962, Jackson, Georgia THE JACKSON GEORGIA JULY 19, 1062 Jackson Published Every Thursday J. D. JONES PUBLISHER ( 1003- 1055) Letters T The DOYLE JONES JR Editor and Publisher Entered as cloes nt tho Post Office nt TELEPHONE 4201 OFFICIAL ORGAN BUTTS COUNTY & CITY OF JACKSON ION RATES IN TAX INCLUDED One Year 4.00 Six Months i $ 2 25 Singlo Copy 10 Nobody Asked ip Sift o o o BY GARLAND or Freedom of opinion has always been a very relative If tho of which guarantees freedom of freedom of the and freedom of relig had by some mysterious force immediately put these freedoms into there would bo no need to discuss tho matter any just as for any other type of the battle for freedom of opinion is a perpetual It is always necessary to point out to somo people just why there should be freedom of expression of different opinions on every issue and why everyone should not be made to conform to one Perhaps John Stuart in MB On gave the classic expression of the reason for this Ho states in his Wo have now recognized tho necessity to tho mental being of mankind ( on which all their other being of freedom of and of the expression of on four distinct which wo will now briefly if any opinion is com polled to that opinion for aught we can certainly bo To deny this is to assume our own though tho silenced opinion bo an it and very commonly contain portion of and since the general or prevailing opinion on any subject is rarely or never tho whole it is only by tho collision of adverse opinions that tho remainder of the truth has any chanco of being even if the received opinion bo not only but the whole t r u t h unless it is suffered to and actually vigorously and earnestly it by most of those who receive be held in the manner of a with little comprehension or feeling of its rational And not only but the meaning of the itself will be in danger of being or and deprived of its vital effect on the character and the dogma becoming a mere formal inefficacious for but cumbering the and preventing the growth of any real and heartfelt from reason or personal Of it is perfectly understandable to me why some people don't want to ever read or hear anything that docs not exactly coincide with their own For deep down they are not sure of their For if someone came out and said that the moon was made of green they would not waste time to refute since this is a question of fact that can be thoroughly and finally determined by You can be entirely sure that the moon is not made of green But in questions involving more abstract about which different people can hold different no one is totally sure that his opinion is completely This is what bothers one when other people do not share his For if he is a man given to thinking at ho will realize that his opinion is not the only rational and respectable one Since there arc now no many on tho in the soul and eternal I suppose it won't make too much difference for one more to get into the act. There have been two schools of thought on this matter down through the ( 1) Mnn is like a peevish April A little a little Man is soon yields up his And all his hopes and fears lie with him in the ( 2) Life is life is And the grave io not its From ' dust thou to dust Was not spoken of the I have no difficulty in believing that man possesses a soul which lives beyond the but many people who apparently share this same belief seem to live on the earth in such a manner as to indicate that it makes no difference All was attempting to exon the This is also why freedom of opinion will always remain a very relative despite tho many good reasons in favor of it. For public and especially economic is forever against the expression of any strange and unusual since people are prone to think that custom or a vote of the majority of mankind is sufficient to determine tho But if truth were that easy to then the search for it would soon lose its and the fight for freedom of expression would have ceased long radian Springs MRS. W. A. HOARD ( Lnot Mrs. Bobby Kinard and Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Lucy Torbet and Mrs. B. T. Michael visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Thursday night in Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frix visited relatives in Atlanta over the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barker and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sapp moved Thursday to their new homes in Hazelhurst where they will begin work on another Both families have been residents of Indian Springs for the past Miss Willene Holloway spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Etheridge at Mrs. Etheridge is the fromer Miss plain is his article was that there were these two ideas abroad in the land and that many college professors seem to flounder in the sea of not being able to see beyond their little These day doubters have failed to realize that things spiritual must be spiritually It is regrettable that some people misunderstood what was trying to I had to read his article four times before I could discover the true meaning of it. And maybe I still don't understand but he says that he was only trying to give the two Maybe this is a realm which we have considered but it is possible that all of us should g i v e these matters serious and pray for the deluded professors so encumbered with their degrees and their Many of them have read every book but the Book of and have felt it illogical to kneel in BEN B. GARLAND Ga. 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