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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Edgar Guest

WHENEVER men and women learn
To be themselves from day to day,
To spend no more than what they earn,
Not caring what their neighbors say;

When men can see another wear
A finer raiment than they own
And neither give a sigh nor care;
When they can live their lives alone,

And when they cease to rush in debt
To keep a little swifter pace,
There will be less of vain regret
And earth will be a happier place.