Salient: Victoria University Students' Newspaper. Vol. 24, No. 9. 1961
Sir,—I read your article, "Shall We Sleep," in Salient with great interest. I would like to say that I wholeheartedly agree with what Meha wrote.
I have just returned from the United States where I worked for almost four years with Moral Re-Armament.
Yes, we are asleep in this country. The idea of "peaceful coexistence" is being swallowed. I think of the visit of the Leningrad Ballet in July. It comes not merely to entertain, but to put us further to sleep.
I also agree that our generation needs to wake. The Communists have an ideology, but we don't. I believe our future depends on us finding and living out a better ideology.
From my own experience, and the experience of youth leaders from nations whom I worked with in America, I'm convinced that Moral Re-Armament is the next step for our generation.