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Making Life Worth While

Douglas Fairbanks

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. . .h;if by the latter process, more likely through the pores than the brain. No use to talk to them about making life worth while.

Teaching his dog to smile

The greatest of human possessions are a well-trained mind, a body to match, and a love of achievement, without which a man is old before his time. After that comes energy—the great propeller! What the brain directs17 the body will carry out—if the propeller is working. No hesitation—when the will commands the body acts. They synchronize—they are attuned, harmonious, fraternal, so to speak. And to hitch them together is just as easy as getting wet by standing bareheaded in the rain.

There is no intention of littering up this chapter with ways and means of putting one’s upper story in fine working order—or the physical structure below. That is first-reader information. If we treat ourselves right, the brain will behave and the body will follow suit. Activity,. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Published in 1918, when he was not yet a megastar of the silent screen (just a superstar), this self-help book by Douglas Fairbanks was part of a series of motivational publications he penned. The message is basic and echoes his screen image: energy and optimism. Very simple.

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