Red to your battle hilts;
Blow give blow in the foray,
Cunningly ride in the tilts.
But tenderly, unbeguiled—
Turn to a woman a woman's
Heart, and a child's to a child.
In accord with the ultimate plan
That he be not, to his marring,
Always and utterly man.
That he may bring out of the tumult,
Fetter and undefiled,
To woman the heart of a woman—
To children the heart of a child.
Special permission Cosmopolitan Magazine, New York.
A man's concern is only whether in doing anything he is doing right or wrong—acting the part of a good man or a bad.
A faithful man shall abound with blessings.
—Proverbs 28. 20.
Almighty God, I pray that I may seek sincerely those whom I approach with sympathy, and by my honor may they feel the same sincerity for me. Amen.