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S. L. E.

S. L. E.

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A More Excellent Way (Poem)

Covet earnestly the best gifts; and yet show I unto you a more excellent way.—Corinthians xii., 31. It is not in the ready flow of words, The apt repartee, phrases neatly turned, Not merely in the cloven tongue of fire That pours out freely all the mind has stored, Nor…
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The Birth of Thought

Now let the joy bells peal. For strength of purpose and confidence have wedded love and tenderness. Henceforth they shall be all in all to each other, and the fruit of their union, their dear children, shall be loving and joyful thoughts. Born, not without travail, they shall be washed…
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Discipline

Why art thou weary, oh my soul! cast down,Sighing and longing so to end the strife?Where now the joys transcendent thou hast known,Those wondrous beauties of the Higher Life?Why dwells the cast of sorrow on thy face?Why hast thou lost the light of thy Ideal?Wearied of pressing upward to the…
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