Love, Life & Work: Being a Book of Opinions, Reasonably Good-natvred, Concerning how to Attain the Highest Happiness for One's Self with the Least Possible Harm to Others
The Roycrofters, 1906 - 149 pages
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Morality is really not controlled at all by religion — if statistics of reform schools
and prisons are to be believed . Fay Mills , according to Reverend Doctor
McIntyre has all the virtues — he is forgiving , kind , gentle , modest , helpful . But
Fay has ...
... and they manifest similar proclivities . The introduction of a new man into an
institution always causes a small panic of resentment , especially if he be a
person of some power . Even in schools and colleges the -- new teacher has to
fight his ...
... are told in glaring head - lines and accurate photographic reproductions of a
conference held by leaders in society to settle a matter of grave import . Was it to
build technical 1 2 schools and provide a means for practical and useful
Being a Book of Opinions, Reasonably Good-natvred, Concerning how to Attain
the Highest Happiness for One's Self with the Least Possible Harm to Others
Elbert Hubbard. schools and provide a means for practical and useful education
They need schools , however , and so everywhere we have established schools
for the deaf . Deaf people are just as capable , are just as competent , just as well
able to earn an honest living as is the average man who can hear .
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The old man and the sea. All my life the good people are the sailfish that the sharks bite at. For the first time ever, in seeing so much of his writing as individual quotes, and wisdom, the notion of being the fish who bites at a much bigger fishes understanding is not so upsetting.
I admit to you that i am a minnow when compared to him. But in his writings we are all made to feel like wise plankton eating whales or nurse sharks. So terrible in our power we might be something much more toothed. His wisdom is to radiate goodness.