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THE TEMPERING

me with calm love for the greatness o f things, with joy in its power to praise noble things and wonder at eternal things, and with hope in its yearning to cleanse from life the squalor o f unclean things.
" Oh Life! Light! Universe! Let me have strength to struggle always and keep unsoiled my pride in the presence o f Fear! Give me the power to bear with a straight back all the burdens that Life can heap upon me! Give me the will to find new horizons and build new things! I am a poor creature; a shadow. But since I stand on a mountain o f dead men and breathe the dust o f a million years o f man's broken endeavours, let me be no less than the first speechless man who with fine faith and blind courage crossed the first river! Give me strength to live and work, knowing that every movement o f the finger o f the clock beckons me towards a hole in the ground!
" I know that this life, and the death that goes with it, are only phases. Let me keep out of my heart the ancient, terrified ape that clutches, howling, at the breaking branch! Give valour to this dust and dignity to this clay! Give me kindness, patience, understanding and endurance, so that I, who love poor lonely Man, may help him to find some happiness on his way upwards to his unknown end!"
" Dust of a million years," says Barker, who has come in meanwhile. "Let's get this swabbing over 'n' done with."
Beds crash back. Buckets clank down. Brooms clatter. Corporal Bearsbreath begins to shout : "C'mon ! Thirty of you ! This hut ought to be dug

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