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Francis S. Blizard

Francis S. Blizard

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On Quiet

Few conditions are more helpful to culture than that of quiet. It is only when the loud and insistent voices of the world are hushed that we are fully conscious of the higher vibrations which are ever ready to appeal to our innermost depths, but must be listened for, so…
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Usefulness

We value articles in proportion to their usefulness—those which are of small utility are little sought, those of the greatest utility are in constant demand and have a recognized value at all times and everywhere. Of course there are exceptions to this general rule, where the value is placed upon…
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Peace of Mind

Where worry or over-anxiety dwell peace of mind cannot abide, for they are opposites, and one will always banish the other. Worry is a sin, and indicates want of faith in the Law of Good. Anxiety is but human at times, and an anxious person is at least free from…
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