Indeed it’s nice
To push a button on some device,
And then you see,
Things go quite automatically
The robot brain,
Can work out problems hard or plain,
While we just sit
And watch the gadget do its bit.
But ‘tis not so—
We can’t just push buttons and just grow
In spiritual zest,
Or bring forth fruit and do our best.
This takes real work.
So we must strive and never shirk—
Can never work out our salvation.