Watchfulness Pays Dividends

"Watchman, tell us of the night, What its signs of promise are."

Thus begins a familiar hymn: and in these lines is voiced a universal yearning of the human heart for tidings of the coming of day, tidings of better, happier times for the sons of men. And note the one to whom this question is addressed. A watchman. One groper in the dark is not apt to ask directions of another groper equally lost in the gloom. Will he not seek out that thought which is vigilant, wakeful, which knows beyond per-adventure the signs of the coming of the dawn?

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