Love, Life and 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 (Classic Reprint)
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Contents l - A Prayer 2 - Life and Expression S - Time and Chance 4 - Psychology of 11 Religious Revival 5 - one-man Power 6 - M ental Attitude 7 - The Outsider 8 - Get Out or Get in Line 9 - The week-day, Keep it Holy 10 - Exclusive Friendships l l - The Folly of Living in the Future 12 - The Spirit of Man ls - Art and Religion 1 4 - Initiative l 5 - The Disagreeable Girl 1 G - The Neutral l7 - Reﬂections on Progress 1 8 - Sympathy, Knowledge and Poise l 9 - Love and Faith QO - Giving Something for Nothing 2 l - Work and Waste 22 - The Law of Obedience 23 - Society's Saviors 24 - Preparing for Old Age 25 - An Alliance With Nature 26 - The Ex. Question 27 - The Sergeant 28 - The Spirit of the Age 29 - The Grammarian 30 - The Best Religion.
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