To pray is to aspire to holy thought,To hold to things by mortal eye unseen,To hush the voice of sense and calmly waitFor that which prophets hear, the "still small voice."

To pray is to desire, above all else,That certain knowledge of the living GodWhich gives men their dominion o'er the earth,And proves man's likeness to the Father-Mind.

September 19, 1931

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