Walk a mile in his moccasins


“Judge Softly” ~ by Mary T. Lathrap, 1895

“Pray, don’t find fault with the man that limps,
Or stumbles along the road.
Unless you have worn the moccasins he wears,
Or stumbled beneath the same load.

There may be tears in his soles that hurt
Though hidden away from view.
The burden he bears placed on your back
May cause you to stumble and fall, too. Continue reading ‘Walk a mile in his moccasins’ »