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Never forget to toe glad, dear, I That reason ins yours to command;* Rejoice in the strength of your limtos, ( dear, And toe proud ou your useful right hand. Never forget to tot thankful For the health of your toody and mind ; Be grateful for ears that can hear, dear ! Remember, you might have been blind. Remember the halt and the leper, The lame, the “possessed,” and the dumb ; Beware how you talk of your troubles, Just think of the troubles of some. Remember that life’s greatest blessing Ik health, and not wealth —talk who may ; No millions might bring back your sight, dear, Or restore your lost wit for a day. So never forget to give thanks, dear, That health is still yours to command ; Exert every sinew for good, dear, And work with a willing - right hand. —Exchange.

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SOMETHING TO REMEMBER, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 6, 11 May 1907

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SOMETHING TO REMEMBER Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 6, 11 May 1907

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