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1.  The triune development of the human being is work, study, and relax; so learn the value of rest and efficacy of relaxation. 2. Make the important discovery that many human perplexities are in reality [More]
1.  Anger depletes the health, debases the mind, and handicaps the spirit teacher of man’s soul. 2. “Anger is a material manifestation which represents, in a general way, the measure of the failure of the [More]
1.  Personality association and mutual affection is an efficient insurance against evil. 2.  Fear, envy, conceit can be prevented only by intimate contact with other minds. 3.  Association does not transmute evil into righteousness, but [More]
1.  Since humans so often and so violently run into temptation, it may become one’s habit to believe that God leads us thither for testing, punishing, or strengthening; but know better. 2. Know that humans [More]
1. “There are three groups of events in which may occur in human lives:            1.)  You may share in those normal happenings which are a part of  the life you and your fellows live [More]
 1.   The courage of the flesh is the lowest form of bravery; mind bravery is a higher type of human courage, but the highest and supreme is uncompromising loyalty to the enlightened convictions of profound [More]
1.  Character is something more than mere mind and morals; some degree of recognition and a certain amount of appreciation are essential to the development of human character. 2. Humans languish in isolation; isolation tends [More]
1.   Granted the possession of a normal body and reasonably good health, the secret to call forth man’s slumbering spiritual forces that he may spring forth to the refreshment of his own soul while [More]
1. Without a worthy goal, life becomes aimless and unprofitable, and much unhappiness results. 2. Happiness and peace of mind follow pure thinking and virtuous living as the shadow follows the substance of material things; [More]
1.  “Whatsoever your hands find to do, do that with all your might;” but in all that you do, become not one­-sided and overspecialized. 2.  Although you owe a duty to yourself to make the [More]
1.  It is necessary for most mortals to devote themselves to the mastery of some vocation, but deplore all tendency toward overspecialization, toward becoming narrow-minded and circumscribed in life’s activities. 2. Call attention to the [More]
1.  Human life consists in great drives – urges, desires, and lures. 2.  Strong character, commanding personality, is only acquired by converting the natural urge of life into the social art of living, by transforming [More]
1. It requires intelligence to secure one’s share of the desirable things of life; it is wholly erroneous to suppose that faithfulness in doing one’s daily work will insure the rewards of wealth. 2. Wealth [More]
1.  Monogamy always has been, now is, and forever will be the idealistic goal of human sex evolution. 2.  This ideal of true pair marriage entails self-denial, and therefore does it so often fail just [More]
1.  Love is the supreme reality of the universe when bestowed by all-wise beings; thus, when married with children, make sure that your love is admonished by wisdom and guided by intelligence. 2.  A human [More]
Worship and Prayer No Prayer is Unanswered True Praying The Motive of Prayer Prayers are Answered Conditions of Effective Prayer Prayer and The Alter Ego Praying as a Personal Experience Social Repercussions of Prayer Ethical [More]