The Secret of Happiness

'Tis foolish to look in the past,Except to gain profit thereby;Its failures good lessons should teach,Its triumphs make courage rise high.But here is the secret I've found,(A treasure from Wisdom's mine),Just do your best and wait on God,And live one day at a time!

It seems quite easy to say,(I'm afraid not so easy to do),For cares and forebodings may come,Which tend to make one feel blue;But cheerfulness findeth a way,And banishes every ill,So we learn to trust, and watch, and pray,And do our Father's will.

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Masonry and Christian Science
July 19, 1900
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