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Richard Dimsdale Stocker

Richard Dimsdale Stocker

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Fruitless Endeavor

Do not relax one effort. If it failToday, perchance tomorrow 'twill succeed,God doth not count attempt of no avail,He will accept it and the motive read. Whilst men may measure in results thy task,God sees the other side and only knows—Then work thou on, no questions stay to ask,Content to…
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The Beginning and the End: The First and the Last

"The Beginning and the End: The First and the Last."Christ is not flesh, that ye should gazeOn person or on period,He dwells beyond this passing phaseOf evolution—One with God.He is not man—nor less than man:His person as a mark must be.How could it be that we should scanOr know inscrutability?He…
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Tranquility

Calm and serene at length I sailUpon Life's tender tide;No longer tossed by wave and gale,Onward I smoothly glide— Yet tempest-stricken once was IUpon the ocean deep;Now to the Harbor straight I fly,To meet my Pilot, who is nigh—Content to sleep—to sleep. Seest thou not that the angry man loseth…
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