Love Life and Work
Elbert Hubbard (1856 - 1915) was an American writer, artist and philosopher. He was instrumental in the Arts and Craft movement and is best known for his essay A Message to Garcia. Hubbard edited two magazines The Philistine and the Fra. The Philistine was covered in brown paper. According to Hubbard that was because "There is meat inside." Love, Life & Work was written by Hubbard in order to explain how to achieve the highest happiness with the least amount of hard to others. Chapters include Prayer, Life and Expression, Time and Chance, Psychology of a Religious Revival, One-Man Power, Mental Attitude, The Outsider, Get Out or Get in Line, The Week-Day, Keep it Holy, Exclusive Friendships, The Folly of Living in the Future, The Spirit of Man, Art and Religion, Initiative, The Disagreeable Girl, The Neutral, Reflections on Progress, Sympathy, Knowledge and Poise, Love and Faith, Giving Something for Nothing, Work and Waste, The Law of Obedience, Society's Saviors, Preparing for Old Age, An Alliance With Nature, The Ex. Question, The Sergeant, The Spirit of the Age, The Grammarian, and The Best Religion
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