1927. Morgan shares his philosophy of life in this book that begins: I find it necessary to try to discover in what kind of world I live, and what can be to me the significance of life. I cannot enter wholeheartedly into the struggle of life unless I am convinced that it is worthwhile to do so. I cannot force myself to adopt some system of belief, regardless of its truth, simply because it would make me loyal and contented. If I have theories about the world and about life, I want to value them because they seem to me to be true, and not because they are convenient.