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“Simplecity is”

William George Jordan said: Simplicity in act is the outward expression of simplicity in thought. 

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“Higher and Better Work”

William George Jordan said in his book “The Kingship of Self-Control” The man who gives one hour of his life to loving, consecrated service to humanity is doing higher, better, truer work in the world than an army of Roman … Continue reading

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“Survival of the Best”

William George Jordan said: Simplicity is the elimination of non-essential in all things. It reduces life to its minimum of real needs; Raises it to its maximum powers. Simplicity means the survival; not of the fittest, but of the best.

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“Don’t Syndicate Your Sorrows”

William George Jordan said: Bitter though our anguish be, We have no right to syndicate our sorrow. We have no right to cast gloom over happy natures by our heavy weight of crape.

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“What is Charity”

William George Jordan said: Charity seeks to smooth down the rough place of living, To bridge the chasms of human sin and folly, To feed the heart-hungry, To give strength to the struggling, To be tender with human weakness, And … Continue reading

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