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Published on 11/16/2015
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CHEERS rent the air.  Horase cries of encouragement and loud shouts to keep up the pace, rang our from the pavillion, as sprinter after sprinter came alongside and eager spectators, in the last lap of the one mile flat.  Those that had taken the start in a hectic rush had given up long ago.  Some had kept up the fast pace for a time; but soon tired.  Others had gone by spurts – now fast, now slow, thus losing what they gained and never gaining what they lost.  Needless to say, only the steady sprinter had survived.  Of the twenty that had started, only five were left to complete the course.

The Last Lap:  Anxious eyes wateched them, shrill voices cheered – the last lap was to decide.  Should they pause to rest?  A little relaxation may make their limbs move faster, but this is not the time for rest – not a moment can be lost!  The tape is already in sight: the winning goal near.  The foremost in the race falters awhile to see how far back the second is.  The latter seizes the chance and draws abreast.  Excitement runs high; eager heads bob up and down to get a better view;  the on-lookers hold their breath.  Will there be a dead-heat?  No! the second makes a final dash and, in one superhuman effort, darts ahead to victory.

Contentment is too often, made the shibboleth of the languid and the lazy.  The clever worker observes with satisfaction the lower level of his peers, regardless of higher achievements;  the average worker rests happy in the knowledge that he is in good company; the dullhead finds peace in the consoling thought that he was never made for greater things.  The year runs its course too quickly, and the last lap comes all too soon.  The last lap shall decide everything – success of failure; and ony those shall win who keep steady and strive earnestly –

                                                Without halting without rest

                                                Pushing better on to best.     

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