On working together to accomplish a task that a few cannot do alone, 1866.

Work together.

“E alu like, work together” is what a man said to his grandchildren, as he greatly desired for them to work in the manner of the title of this outlook, saying, All the time you do things, work together, help one another. Look at a carriage with four driving horses; they all help each other, pulling all in one direction; that way the carriage moves quickly. If the horses did not pull in unison, then it is clear, the carriage will not go. Therefore, O Young ones, work together and help one another. Continue reading