Rules and Lessons

When first thy eyes unveil, give thy soul leaveTo do the like; our bodies but forerunThe spirit's duty. True hearts spread and heaveUnto their God, as flowers do to the sun.Give Him thy first thoughts then; so shalt thou keepHim company all day, and in Him sleep.

Walk with thy fellow-creatures. Note the hushAnd whispers amongst them. There is not a springOr leaf but hath his morning hymn. Each bushAnd oak doth know I AM. Canst thou not sing?O leave thy cares and follies! Go this way,And thou art sure to prosper all the day.

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A Communication
August 16, 1900
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