"Only Little Snowflakes"

Only little snowflakes, so small, so white, so soft; gently falling, falling; yet as they rest upon the dark and dreary earth, little by little they clothe all in a mantle of dazzling white, even in a robe of sparkling beauty.

May we not all learn and heed their lesson; for if we examine ourselves, we may often, yes, too often, find our lives darkened by sin, sickness, and despair; barren of good deeds and acts of kindness, and disobedient to the good, endearing, and true.

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