To live—not for some joy that lies ahead, Some beautiful but vague Elysian field; But find that in real living joy is shed In radiant light that daily blessings yield. To work—not to accomplish some great end, Some distant fortune or long sought career; But, in those duties that to-morrows send, Learn that the goal we seek is ever here.
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