"Don't let it throw you", is a motto I've etched
And hung on our cubby-hole door,
When I am worried I open it up
And ponder its lesson o're.
It serves as a tranquilizer and warning
To give me a new prospect on life.
Nothing, then seems so important
No matter how rugged the strife.
One, needs to stop often and meditate,
For life with-out happiness is in vain,
Only in the baptism of calmness
Can one's life in peacefulness reign.