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Genius and the Subjective Mind

True genius is always the same, no matter where it is found; and in every case it is the result of the concordant and harmonious workings of the objective and subjective faculties. True genius is never seen in those who are largely objective, nor is it compatible with decided subjective…
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Covetousness

Covetousness is the condition of being covetous. Its root is the same as that of cupidity, cupio, desire. It is used with especial reference to acquisition. It is generally used in an ill sense. The word is akin to "avariciousness," but worse in spirit; for the avaricious man desires to…
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Discipline

There is nothing so important in the raising of a child as discipline. A child must be taught obedience, or it will bring reproach upon its parents, and sorrow to itself. Better be a little severe in the beginning, if need be, and bring the child into a state of…
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