HEALTH, HAPPINESS, HOLINESS

On the plane of the human concept of existence, happiness is the chief end and aim, and health the important factor; therefore health and happiness are coupled in the thoughts of men. They may indeed be considered as relative terms; but health of itself does not always insure happiness, although to some the unsuccessful search for health has become a veritable lion in the path, in their "pursuit of happiness." The hope and desire of mortal man is for a sound mind in a sound body, on the assumption that such a combination will enable him to withstand and overcome the buffetings of the world and develop an individualism which shall be proof against the wiles and assaults of evil. This idea was voiced by Hamlet when he said,—

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