Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star, Vol. 74: February 1, 1912
And Christ-like spirits will not wish for scenes of wealth and pride. They are the really useful who, with humble, reverent heart, Unseen by earth's admirers, seek to do their secret part.
Applauding lips and ﬂattering smiles may fascinate too well, But praise from multitudes will cause the weak, vain heart to swell; But better than the fading ﬂowers which numbers round may ﬂing, Would be the Savior's smile upon some lowly offering.
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