The Lasso, Yearbook of Howard Payne College, 1919 Page: 28
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Type Greater imn
To pass our course is a little task.
Such aims we do not have in view.
To know and love and serve is best,
And to be kind, sincere, and true.
To think and know is surely vain
Unless we have the greater aim,
That every man we meet we love,
Though poor he be or rich in fame.
We work and toil and do our best,
To have that great and noble aim.
No tongue can tell, no lips can sing
The blessings we are sure to gain.
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