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my weary way,
The jagged rocks were rough along the road,
The fog hung low:
I climbed my weary way with lagging steps,
Halting and slow.
It seemed as though I made
No gain, except a toiling step or two,
And so I sang,
Uplifting thought to melodies divine
Till echo rang.
I climbed and sang, and then
Humbly I knew what echo answered clear—
Know Him, nor care.
Uplifting eyes—the mountain peak appeared,
And I was there!
MARGARET J. SINCLAIR
THOMAS E. HURLEY
The Power of Right Thought
Our Standard of Living
HERBERT H. NORSWORTHY
Man's Native Atmosphere
ZELLA BISSELL CHATFIELD
A Tap on the Window
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Trusting in Divine Mind
HELEN L. HANES
My High Desires
MYRTLE ELLA ROBERTSON
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