You will never be sorry for living a white life; for doing...

Church Advocate

You will never be sorry for living a white life; for doing your level best; for your faith in humanity; for being kind to the poor; for looking before leaping; for hearing before judging; for being candid and frank; for thinking before speaking; for harboring clean thoughts; for discounting the tale-bearer; for stopping your ears to gossip; for asking pardon when in error; for being generous with an enemy; for being square in business deals; for giving an unfortunate fellow a lift; for promptness in keeping your promises; for putting the best possible construction upon the doings of others.—Church Advocate.

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"FAITHFUL IN THAT WHICH IS LEAST."
August 19, 1911
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