Let us come to concrete realities. We should learn to select all those ingredients in Westernism which can blend with our being and serve our requirements
We cannot experct much from our present educators and political guides. As we have sen, exceptions apart, they are themselves but distorted images of conflicting and contradictory isms.
What shall we do? to begin with, we have to study afresh the old discipline; then, without undue delay, we have to consider as to how much of it will suit us to-day; finally, a through investigatin has to be made of the educational systems of the great countries of the world. Japan has some feautures that we might wellassimilate; the same applies to Germany, Russia, America and France. Britain, of course, we willinstictively follow.
[next will follow as no. 129]