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EVERY DAY A NEW BEGINNING.

With every rising of the sun Think of your life as just begun. The past has shrivelled and buried deep All yesterdays. Then, let them sleep. Nor seek to summon back one ghost Of that innumerable host. Concern yourself with but to-day, Woo it, and teach it to obey Your will and wish. Since time began, To-day has been the friend of man. But in his blindness and his sorrow He looks to yesterday and tomorrow. You and to-day : a soul sublime, And the great pregnant hour ot time. With God I limsi-lf to bind the twain! Go forth, 1 say, attain ! . attain ! —Selected. ❖

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EVERY DAY A NEW BEGINNING., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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EVERY DAY A NEW BEGINNING. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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