BEHOLD THE SIMPLE WAY OF SEEING

When I sincerely probe my sense of manTo rout the knowledge gained from mortal mind,How gladly do I set to work to banThe false suggestions Love has not defined.When I dig deep and find the lurking foeWhich tries to veil my perfect self from view,How gladly do I set to work to knowThat these unchristian errors are not true.

Then humbly do I feel the envy cease.The idle words, the vain amusements flee;No longer does the self-esteem increase,But all is leavened in humility.Look up, behold the simple way of seeing,And yet it plumbs the very depths of being.

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