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H. to H.

Just as far as your hand may reach
To help a worthy brother,
On the road of life,
Through the stress and strife,
Without injury to another.

F. to F.

Just as far as your feet may tread,
When doing the Master's part,
In the sheerest delight
Of doing what' s right,
To brighten the care-weary heart.

K. to K.

Just as far as your prayers ascend
When praying to God above,
With a heart sincere,
And a soul more dear,
In friendship and brotherly-love.

B. to B.

Just as far as your eyes may see
Into the hearts of others,
With sympathy rare,
The burdens to share,
And prove that all men are brothers.


Just as far as your tongue may speak,
(Its hurt may go unmeasured),
Let it silent remain
Than e'er speak in shame,
That mem'ry may ever be treasured.

As far as the east is from the west,
From depth to height stretching free,
If woven in love,
And strengthened in God,
Your Cable's length surely will be.

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