The third verse of a popular Anglican hymn “All Things Bright and Beautiful.”
The rich man in his castle, The poor man at his gate, God made them high and lowly, And ordered their estate.
This comes between some very poetic reflections about the grandeur and variety of the natural world. To me, it is something of a stain on an otherwise lovely piece of music - but far more importantly, it spells out the mindset of the people who wrote it. They clearly believed in determinism to a degree which I can’t quite wrap my head around. It certainly clashes with the rags-to-riches, self-made man ethos of capitalist/free market thinking.