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I’m featuring E.B. White again this week. Known to 20th century readers of the New Yorker magazine, he is best known for his three beloved, classic children’s books: … 135 more words

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da-AL reblogged this on Happiness Between Tails by da-AL and commented:

Indeed, E.B. says it so eloquently, "A library is a good place to go when you feel unhappy ..."

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Care of the Soul: A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life – Thomas Moore

“Care of the soul is a fundamentally different way of regarding daily life and the quest for happiness… Care of the soul is a continuous process that concerns itself not so much with ‘fixing’ a central flaw as with attending to the small details of everyday life, as well as to major decisions and changes.” 1,522 more words

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The Soul’s Code: In Search of Character and Calling – James Hillman

“At the outset we need to make clear that today’s main paradigm for understanding a human life, the interplay of genetics and environment, omits something essential – the particularity you feel to be you. 1,511 more words

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The Game of Life and How to Play It – Florence Scovell Shinn

“Most people consider life a battle, but it is not a battle, it is a game. 1,620 more words

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The Power of Your Subconscious Mind – Joseph Murphy

“The result of the affirmative process of prayer depends on your conforming to the principles of life, regardless of appearances. 1,611 more words

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A Down Under 'Hillbilly Elegy'

Michael Barone writes: “The habits of progressive social and political discourse almost seem calculated to alienate and aggravate lower class whites.” That sounds like something an American might say, but actually it was written by an Australian. 191 more words

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Life Strategies: Doing What Works, Doing What Matters – Philip C. McGraw

“The winners in this life know the rules of the game and have a plan, so that their efficiency is comparatively exponential to that of people who don’t. 1,609 more words

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