Whoever plants a seed beneath a sod,
And waits to see it push away the clod,
He trusts in God.
And day by day, and night, unconsciously,
The heart lives by that faith the lips deny—
God knoweth why.
More and more I see that nothing is so necessary for the religious condition of the mind as absolute simplicity. We know what we have got to do, and the only thing is to ask ourselves whether we are doing it as well as we can.
—George Frederick Watts.