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Page 169 - Poor Indeed thou must be, if around thee Thou no ray of light and joy canst throw — If no silken cord of love hath bound thee To some little world through weal and woe; If no dear eyes thy fond love can brighten — . No fond voices answer to thine own; If no brother's sorrow thou canst lighten By daily sympathy and gentle tone.
Page 124 - Scripture, or in the laws of human brotherhood, that forbids this honest, not fraudulent, but honest competition between men's exertions, faculties and wits. We are indeed to do to others as we would have them do to us...