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(after seeing a television program of school-leavers in the north of England collecting their weekly out-of-work pay)
A hundred school-leavers walking in lineTo receive their out-of-work pay.Some sullen. Some laughing. Some defiant.But all secretly afraid."Is there a job for me?"They ask the official in charge.Sadly he tells them (he is a kind man),"Only three jobs on my books today."
It is easy to take three from a hundredAnd get the right answer.The least mathematically minded can manage this sum.
GEORGIANA LIEDER LAHR
Looking for a Job?
DARREN STONE NELSON
CONSIDER GOD'S LOVE
Althea Brooks Hollenbeck
The Will of God
ALICE HOWELL RASBACH
An Interview: with a law-enforcement officer
by ROBERT L. GATES
David Littlefield Horn
Simon Says, "Listen!"
Written and Illustrated by Janice Ruth Groves
Evelyn M. Pinnell
The Politics of Helping People
Nathan A. Talbot
Project: To Clean Up Thought
I have experienced many healings and solutions to problems...
Richard L. Wagner with contributions from Vivian W. Wagner
In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy says (p. 330), "God is what...
Lillian Tuggle Lucas