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21

Auhtor: Frank Crane

Language: english

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Review by Joanna Daneman, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book '21':

... his armour off. I have climbed the Hill of Life, and am past the summit, I suppose, and perhaps it may help those just venturing the first incline ...
... Yet we all know what it means-it is like Love. But it implies being several things: One, being a good sport, by which I mean the ...
... are morally spindling, and so many surprising samples of superiority come from common stock, that heredity is far from dependable. ...
... most of the religions, cults, and creeds of mankind. There are certain points common to every decent religion, for in every kind of church you are ...
... use being careful and troubled about many things. That one thing is to do right. To do Right and not Wrong will save any man's soul, and if he ...
... I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul. Let me repeat that I have not been telling what I did with the implication that ...
... I would paint soap advertisements, if that were all opportunity offered, until I got ahead enough to indulge in the painting of madonnas and landscapes. ...
... to, say, $100,000. If Government would do that there would be no trouble with the wage system. If I were twenty-one I would keep clean ...
... I would begin with my relatives. While I might easily conceive a better set of uncles, aunts, cousins, brothers, and so on, yet Destiny ...
... and efficiency of my days depend fundamentally upon the condition of this physical machine I am housed in. I would look out for it as carefully as I ...
... MY MIND I would realize that my eventual success depends mostly upon the quality and power of my brain. Hence I would train it so as to ...
... by what is vague. To heed signs, omens, cryptic sayings, and all talk of fate and luck, is nothing but mental dirt. I have seen many bright minds ...
... is the most valuable secret of life. Nothing is of more worth to the youth than to awake to the truth that he can change his wants. Not only all ...
... if married than if unmarried. I married young, and poor as Job's turkey. I have been in some hard places, seen poverty and trial, and I have ...
... She should have good common sense. No matter how pretty and charming a fool may be, and some of them are wonderfully winning, it does not pay to marry ...
... the grouchiest, most blas'e people. For there is hardly a business in the world in which it is not a great advantage to be able to converse entertainingly. ...
... MY CONSCIENCE Produced by Barbara and Bill Tozier. 21 [Illustration: DR. FRANK CRANE] We may all possess wisdom if we are ...
... that I would be a thoroughbred X. If I were Twenty-One I would make some permanent, amicable arrangement with my conscience ...
... man has plenty of sensible ideas, which he presents simply and forcibly so that people get hold of them. In reality, Crane is a wonderful preacher. ...
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