This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...in the inner and the outer life. For when you are " holy," whole, sound, you command both body and mind. HEALTH. The sea, the pine, the stars, the forest deep Bequeath to me their subtle wealth. Or still days brood, or rough winds round me sweep, Mine is the earth-man's vibrant health: All things for love of me their vigils keep--I have the health, the wealth. Run, sea, in my heart! Pine, sing in my heart! Stars, glow in my heart! For ye are mine, and my soul, Like ye, is a part Of the-wonderful Whole. There's no thing dear to me is not my wealth, No life that seeks me I would distant keep; For swift possession is my earth-man's health Or still days brood, or rough winds round me sweep--/ have the health, the wealth.--The Author. CHAPTER XVII. General Health. ARRYING any business or study in the mind all the time, day and night, morning and evening, does not really advance that business so much as forgetting it at intervals and letting the mind rest, as you allow your muscles to rest after any physical exertion. Mind allowed to rest gains new ideas and new force to carry out ideas. "What is the remedy? More recreation. More variety of occupation. More selves in our one self. To attain the highest and happiest life we need to have two, and possibly three, if not four lives in one--to be merchant in the morning and artist or yachtman or something else in the afternoon, and in the second life forget for the time all about the first, and in such forgetfulness rest the first life or set of faculties, recuperate them, refresh them, and go back to business, or art, or science, or any occupation, next day, with more force, plan, idea, thought to put in it."--Prentice MuJford. Theory or This Chapter. State of Will depends upon condition of...
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Frank Channing Haddock (November 17, 1853 in Watertown, New York - February 9, 1915 in Meriden, Connecticut) was an influential New Thought and self-help author, best known for his multi-volume series The Power-Book Library.
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