By Edgar Guest
Who does his task from day to day
And meets whatever comes his way
Believing God has willed it so
Has found real greatness here below.
Who guards his post, no matter where
Believing God must need him there,
Although but lowly toil it be,
Has risen to nobility.
For great and low there's but one test:
'Tis that each man shall do his best.
Who works with all the strength he can,
Shall never die in debt to man.
We are learning this poem as a family, so I thought I'd share it with you all