Love, Life & Work: Being a Book of Opinions Reasonably Good-Natured Concerning How to Attain the Highest Happiness for One's Self with the Least Possible Harm to Others

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The Floating Press, 2009 M01 1 - 104 pages
Best known for his inspirational essay "A Message to Garcia," philosopher Elbert Hubbart wrote widely on a diverse range of topics, many of which dealt with the best ways to find happiness and fulfillment. This volume collects a series of Hubbart's writing on self-help concepts and ideas, with an emphasis on how individuals should balance their own quest for contentment with the needs of others. A must-read for fans of philosophically minded self-help writing.
 

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Contents

A Prayer
6
Life and Expression
8
Time and Chance
14
Psychology of a Religious Revival
18
OneMan Power
35
Mental Attitude
39
The Outsider
43
Get Out or Get in Line
48
Reflections on Progress
93
Sympathy Knowledge and Poise
103
Love and Faith
107
Giving Something for Nothing
110
Work and Waste
115
The Law of Obedience
118
Societys Saviors
121
Preparing for Old Age
124

The WeekDay Keep it Holy
56
Exclusive Friendships
61
The Folly of Living in the Future
67
The Spirit of Man
70
Art and Religion
74
Initiative
81
The Disagreeable Girl
83
The Neutral
90
An Alliance with Nature
131
The Ex Question
136
The Sergeant
144
The Spirit of the Age
149
The Grammarian
152
The Best Religion
155
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