If you don't have "Internal Rhyme" yet, go to Google and search for "Jan's Master Class" Using quotation marks). Under the second hit (at least it was for me). Instead of clicking on the main link, look at the end of the entry and click on "Cached." That will give you the lesson.
"When the Round Table is broken every man must follow Galahad or Mordred; middle
things are gone." C.S. Lewis
“The chief purpose of life … is to increase according to our capacity our knowledge of God by all the means we have, and to be moved by it to praise and thanks. To do as we say in the Gloria in Excelsis ... We praise you, we call you holy, we worship you, we proclaim your glory, we thank you for the greatness of your splendor.” J.R.R. Tolkien