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The Calling of Dan Matthews

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Published: 1909
Language: English
Wordcount: 87,126 / 249 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 77.4
LoC Categories: PS, BS
Downloads: 910
mnybks.net#: 7615
Origin: gutenberg.org
More Info: www.gchudleigh.com

In "The Calling of Dan Matthews" I havetried to say that the one thing above allthat a man cannot do and reckon hislife worth it's face value is to be untrueto his own heart and soul convictionsor to occupy himself with other than his ownwork. That Truth, first to self and thusthru self to the race -- truth expressed inits only adequate language, life -- isinseparable from the Christianity of the Christ --that without this truth for the goal of allstriving neither man nor society nor institutionscan be rightly called Christian.

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hymns of praise.

And it all began with a fishing trip.

CHAPTER II.

A REVELATION

"And because of these things, to the keen old physician and student of life, the boy was a revelation of that best part of himself--that best part of the race."

It happened on the Doctor's first trip to the Ozarks.

Martha says that everything with the Doctor begins and ends with fishing. Martha has a way of saying such things as that. In this case she is more than half right for the Doctor does so begin and end most things.

Whenever there were grave cases to think out, knotty problems to solve, or important decisions to make, it was his habit to steal away to a shady nook by the side of some quiet, familiar stream. And he confidently asserts that to this practice more than to anything else he owes his professional success, and his reputation for sound, thoughtful judgment on all matters of moment.

"And why not?"

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