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Page 11 - And only the Master shall praise us. and only the Master shall blame: And no one shall work for money. and no one shall work for fame. But each for the joy of the working. and each. in his separate star. Shall draw the Thing as he sees It for the God of Things as They Are!
Page 56 - ... child. If they thought it well-built and strong, they ordered the father to bring it up, and assigned one of the nine thousand plots of land to it; but if it was meanlooking or misshapen, they sent it away to a place called the Exposure...
Page 104 - ... 274 often resented where sympathy would be welcome. We have sympathy with one in joy or grief, in pleasure or pain, pity only for those in suffering or need ; we may have sympathy with the struggles of a giant or the triumphs of a conqueror ; we are moved with pity for the captive or the slave. Pity may be only in the mind, but mercy does something for those who are its objects. Compassion, like pity, is exercised only with respect to the suffering or unfortunate, but combines with the tenderness...
Page 6 - Attempts to portray the real and unjust ,onditlons under which cripples exist anil advocates the adoption of some sort of educational system for the physically handicapped Mm.
Page 164 - I love to think my Father knows Why I have missed the path I chose; And that I soon will gladly see The way he chose was best for me. "I love to think my Father knows The thorns I pluck with every rose; The daily grief I seek to hide From the dear souls I walk beside. "I love to think my Father knows The strength or weakness of my foes; And that I need but stand and see Each conflict end in victory.