What Constitutes Success?

True success, the success at which we aim who are banding ourselves together for the world's practical betterment, is not the satisfying of any one passion, such as the exaltation of the saint or the avarice of the miser, but the complete life, joyous and useful, equipped with the wealth and power to spread our joy and usefulness over as wide an area as possible. Wealth of character, of knowledge, and of joy, must keep pace with increase in wealth of material things, else the very capacity for joy and usefulness, the only rational end of money wealth, is destroyed.

Men often think they are getting the earth, when, in fact, the earth is getting them.

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