A Creed by Edgar Albert Guest:

Let me be a little kinder,

Let me be a little blinder

To the faults of those around me,

Let me praise a little more;

Let me be, when I am weary

Just a little bit more cheery,

Let me serve a little better

Those that I am striving for.

Let me be a little braver

When temptation bids me waver,

Let me strive a little harder

To be all that I should be;

Let me be a little meeker

With the brother that is weaker,

Let me think more of my neighbor

And a little less of me.

Let me be a little sweeter,

Make my life a bit completer

By doing what I should do

Every minute of the day;

Let me toil, without complaining,

Not a humble task disdaining,

Let me face the summons calmly

When death beckons me away. #wednesdaywisdom #wednesday

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