"Here and now"*

These words, grown dear, oft read with thanks profound,Gleam bright with hope for weary men, earth-bound.Know, troubled ones, from happiness afar,That neither time nor place from good can bar:See here and now your native country fair,The land of promise, present everywhere.

And you that seek for health in balmy airOf friendly clime—your quest leads never there:Nor height nor depth from freedom separates;In Spirit's atmosphere your healing waits:Full harmony, each sufferer's answered prayer,Is here, for understanding hearts to share.

February 27, 1932
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