Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring Selections Gathered During a Life Time of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use
"No man is worth his salt who is not ready at all times to risk his body, to risk his well-being, to risk his life, in a great cause." -Theodore Roosevelt Filled with some of the best words of wisdom ever written, this little volume is sure to uplift any reader. Elbert Hubbard spent much of his life carefully collecting significant quotes from throughout history. He loved searching for and finding new material to add to his scrapbook for personal inspiration. After his death, this richly developed scrapbook was published and can now be relished by readers everywhere. Here one can read pulse-quickening quotes from people like Abraham Lincoln, Rudyard Kipling, Dante, Leo Tolstoy, and many, many more. People from every profession and nationality have been quoted at their best, and these quotes have been carefully compiled for the reader's inspiration and personal growth. This unique book will furnish readers with a little genius for each day, and will inevitably make them better for it.
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Abraham Lincoln beauty believe blood Correggio dark dead death delight divine dream earth eternal evil eyes face father fear feel Finsteraarhorn flowers friends genius George Bernard Shaw George Eliot give glory hand happy head hear heart heaven Henry Ward Beecher honor hope hour human J. M. W. Turner labor Lady Hamilton Lamia laws liberty light live look Lord mankind matter means ment mind moral nation nature ness never night pain passions peace play pleasure Pontius Pilate poor race religion remember Robert Louis Stevenson seems slaves sleep sorrow soul speak spirit stand stars sweet tears tell things Thomas Paine thou thought thousand tion tree true truth virtue Walt Whitman whole William Wordsworth wind woman words youth