To plan for future, we must look beyond ourselves

April 2013
Our Sunday Visitor;4/14/2013, Vol. 101 Issue 50, p2
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor focuses on the need for planning for the next generations and avoid practicing self-centeredness.


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