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37, No.
Weekly David C.
Cook Publishing Co., Elgin, Illinois George E.
Cook, Editor February 22, 1914 DOING AND BEING By Julia H.
Johnston -We’re all such little girls, Miss Lee.
We can’t do things for people. They have to do things for us, all the time, don’t you see? How can we do much helping?- Wed Apr 05 01:11:49 2017 2 Little Grace Mayne looked into her teacher’s face with earnest eyes as she said this.
The girls in the class nodded their heads and some of them added, -I don’t see how,- and -Of course we can’t do anything,- while they waited for Miss Lee to answer Gracie.
The teacher had been talking to them about doing things for others, and had tried to show them how much help was needed in this world, and how much there was for all to do.
Sunday-school teachers feel this so much, that no wonder they talk to their classes about it. -Well,- said Miss Lee, as if she were thinking very deeply, indeed...

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