Wisdom

Just to be quiet, just to be kind,Just to be patient a little longer—To wait a bit for the children's feet,And to hold their hands till they grow stronger;Then ripe age shall have memories sweet.This is a secret for health, you'll find—Just to be kind.

Just to be loving, just to be wise,The word provocative withholden;With friendship to listen, but slow to speak—For love in the heart makes silence golden;Blessings and honors enrich the meek,'Tis life's reward, it is striving's prize—Just to be wise.

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