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Making the Most of Life

by J.R. Miller

These chapters are written with the purpose and hope of stimulatingthose who may read them to earnest and worthy living. If they seemurgent, if they present continually motives of thoughtfulness, if theydwell almost exclusively on the side of obligation and responsibility,if they make duty ever prominent and call to self-renunciation andself-sacrifice, leaving small space for play, it is because life itselfis really most serious, and because we must meet it seriously,recognizing its sacred meaning and girding ourselves for it with allearnestness and energy.

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