ONE'S OWN DOORSTEP

Beauty and order appeared to be lacking in a neighborhood into which a young woman had recently moved. She complained to her mother that lawns were ill-kept, sidewalks unswept, and that there were few flowers and shrubs. Said the wise mother: "You need not live in an unpleasant neighborhood. You can improve it by making your own place beautiful. Keep your walks swept, plant flowers and shrubs, and do not be reluctant to share with others. An old adage reads:

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CHILD OF GOD
August 28, 1948
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