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Chapter 7 - (VERSO)

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been born to him. Mr. Leonard thought rightly that the highest work to which any man could be called was a life of service to his fellows; but he made the mistake of supposing the field of service service much narrower than it is—of failing to see that a man may minister to the needs of humanity in many different but equally effective ways.


Rachel Janet hoped that Mr. Leonard might not exact the fulfillment of Felix’s promise; but Felix himself, with the instinctive understanding of perfect love, knew that it was vain to hope for any change of


From "Each in His Own Tongue."