For the day must come when every man's abundance of money, intelligence or leisure shall be wisely and simply at the service of his neighbor who has need of these things, and he shall enrich himself in turn out of that neighbor's store, even if it consist only of patience under adversity and that poverty of spirit which is so often a compensation for poverty in worldly possessions and is suggestive of wealth in the kingdom of heaven.
In that day there will be no need of dealing with want in the aggregate.
Help will be given so quietly, so unconsciously, that the giver may well ask, in literal surprise that he has accomplished anything-“Lord
, when saw we thee a hungered, and fed thee?
or thirsty and gave thee drink?
When saw we thee a stranger and took thee in?
or naked, and clothed thee?
Or when saw we thee sick or in prison, and came unto thee?”