What an insistent and grievous part the proverbial "rainy day" has played in the lives of mankind. Anticipation of this day of clouds and darkness often shadows an otherwise sunny present; and the statement frequently made to children that "we must save for a rainy day," has sadly restricted immediate hopes and happy plans, besides forming the basis of a false education, tending to handicap them through the years.
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