By Baker Street
In this life you pay your dues. If a coin has the President of the UnitedStates’ picture on it, you pay the coin to who it belongs. The coin has his head on it. You pay it back to him. This you do by paying tax. Thus you pay the man what is due to him.
Life, generally works in this way, you pay whoever you have owing what is due to him. You owe life and nature obedience and respect. You owe your fellow man love, hope and faith. Life, God and your fellow man is all the same thing. It is your moral duty to look after their well-being.
Sooner or later, you will pay the man what you owe him.