If Men were Wise

The Universalist Leader

WHAT might be done if men were wise—What glorious deeds, my suffering brother,Would they uniteIn love and right,And cease their scorn of one another?

Oppression's heart might be imbuedWith kindling drops of loving kindness,And knowledge pour,From shore to shore,Light on the eyes of mental blindness.

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The Lectures
November 13, 1902
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