T! IK JOB OF A MAN.
So often do we hear il said.
By those in the grip of debt,
"I really intend to pay every cent
If only a job 1 can get." But,—
It isn't the job we intend to do,
Or the labor we have just begun,
That puts us right on the ledger sheet,—
[t's the work we have really done.
Our credit is built on the things we do,
(lur debits on things we shirk,
The man who totals the biggest pins.
Is the man who completes his wink.
i lood intentions do not pay bills,
It's easy enough to plan,
To wish is the play of an idle boy,
To DO is the job of a man.