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Humility

Humility is the keynote of success. The arrogant and the conceited are not so likely to succeed even in the ordinary events of everyday life as the humble, as they are not willing to assist and to do as others wish, but like to take the lead in all things,…
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True Work

Remember it is often to those men and women who have given their time, their work, and sometimes their lives, that we owe much of the light, and much of the comforts and joys that continually open out to us greater Truths. We know not always how they have struggled,…
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Editorial

The Light of ReasonOctober 1904Published MonthlyEdited by James Allen Vol. VI. October 1st, 1904 No. 4 It is like expecting to gather figs from thistles, to imagine that we ca nactually reap permanent good from a policy of selfishness.—Francis S. Blizard In the article on "Three Paths of Guidance" in…
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Resolve (Poem)

There is no chance, no destiny, no fate,Can circumvent or hinder or controlThe firm resolve of a determined soul.Gifts count for little; will alone is great;All things give way before it, soon or late.What obstacle can stay the mighty forceOf the sea-seeking river in its course,Or cause the ascending orb…
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