Monday, March 22, 2010


"If you once form the habit of selecting and dwelling upon important subjects only, you will have neither time nor inclination for the petty worries that beset so many lives. Anxiety, irritation, despair, fear and the like, are mental, and therefore must be destroyed mentally. As you realize the folly of these habits, you will more diligently strive to eliminate them from your life. They are not only worthless, but a serious handicap in the face for success. Think constructively, and doubtful and discordant elements will fall away from inanition (starvation)."

~ Grenville Kleiser, 'Inspiration and Ideals' (1917);

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