A young lady in the back row stood up and asked the professor, 'What types of doctrines do you think currently effect the situation in this country?'
The professor paused for a few seconds then said, 'Let me make what may sound like a poetically naive remark and then, elaborating, answer your question more specifically. There are two types of doctrines that continually compete for influence in human affairs: those that tear and rend, and those that unite and blend.'
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