THE RETURNS OF GRATITUDE

Whatever else we may or may not be able to give in appreciative recognition of benefits received, the meed of gratitude is always at our command, and is sure to bring joy to our benefactor's heart. When spontaneous and sincere, its expression is sure to bring satisfaction to all who have befriended us.

The guerdons of gratitude include very much than this, however, for they sum up all that comes by way of return to the grateful heart, and to measure their riches is to taste life's sweetest joys. The mere mention of this gain leads one to think of the happiness which is inseparably linked to a sense of thankfulness. Gratitude and gladness have ever dwelt in holy wedlock, and the more constant our companionship with the one, the more certainly do we possess the other. Hand in hand they go singing through the corridors of the heart, and their sweet roundelays fill all the place with song.

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