THE clear little brook that flows joyously along its natural course in accord with the law which governs it, spontaneously supplies a great need to the many. Nothing does it know of the wants of men; and yet, by simply being itself and seeking with ever onward flow its inevitable destination, the brook involuntarily blesses whoever seeks its help.
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