Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 19 (1904)

193/345

Lt 353, 1904

Kellogg, J. H.

Washington, D. C.

July 29, 1904

Previously unpublished.

Dr. J. H. Kellogg,—

Those who are associated with you and those who have been your fellow laborers in the past do not realize how far you have gone in rebellion and in the art of deception. For years you have been departing from the path of rectitude. When you have been brought into a difficult position, you have adopted schemes and plans to meet the difficulties, and often unfair methods have been resorted to. The adoption of unfair and deceptive plans and methods has opened the way for the tempter to mislead and deceive you more and more and lead you on to other unfair actions. If you continue to carry on deception and intrigue, it will not be long before the word will be spoken, “Thus far shalt thou go, and no farther.” By the deceptive course you are following, you are blinding the spiritual eyesight of your associate physicians. So long have you done this that you do not discern it; for it has become a part of your character. 19LtMs, Lt 353, 1904, par. 1