How many had I taught . . . to climb the the high places of true vision? I had filled hundreds of students’ minds with knowledge; how many souls had I filled with faith? Many bachelors of arts had passed through my classes; how many prophets had I inspired? I could count those I had given passing grades by the hundreds; in how many had I awakened the hearts of poets? Many were the athletes I had coached; how many had I made into athletes of the spirit?” (Glenn Clark, 1937)
Glenn Clark was Professor of English at Macalester College in Minnesota in the 1930s.
(Thank you to my friend, Dr. David Wright, for this nugget of gold.)