The Philosophy of Despair

Tác giả
Ngôn Ngữ Nội Dung Sách
Nhà xuất bản
Năm xuất bản
Định dạng sách
Nhà xuất bản sách tiếp cận
Sơ lược sách


            A darkening sky and a whitening sea,
 And the wind in the palm trees tall;
 Soon or late comes a call for me,
 Down from the mountain or up from the sea,
 Then let me lie where I fall.

            And a friend may write—for friends there be,
 On a stone from the gray sea wall,
 "Jungle and town and reef and sea—
 I loved God's Earth and His Earth loved me,
 Taken for all in all."

            Today is your day and mine, the only day we have, the day in which we play our part. What our part may signify in the great whole, we may not understand, but we are here to play it, and now is our time. This we know, it is a part of action, not of whining. It is a part of love, not cynicism. It is for us to express love in terms of human helpfulness. This we know, for we have learned from sad experience that any other course of life leads toward decay and waste.

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