The Carriage

Wealth and morality came to him in his early days.  They lifted him up to a proud position.  When morality came to him, it outweighed the importance of being wealthy.  When all his wealth came and went, his morality never left.  It gave him dignity and exalted his character as well as his carriage.  It still remained upright and influenced him to act accordingly.  
Whether or not his wealth came again, he still had his dignity.  He still aspired to live up to that proud position that it created for him to live up to.  Even if society tries to belittle him, he builds himself up through his dignity, that treasure chamber in the soul.  God bless him.


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