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How To Make Money

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Every Man's Duty to Make All the Money He Can Honestly

At first sight it might seem that inheritors of great wealth having no need of more money and no love of business or labor might be excused from the task of money making. Not so, however. Every man who enjoys the advantages of our wonderful civilization, who eats the food some toiler has grown, or wears the garments some toiler has made, who enjoys the protection which is freely granted to all, owes a personal debt to the world. Despite his large bank account and broad acres he is but a refined "pauper" if in some way he does not add to the wealth of the world. And no man has enough wealth to supply, not only his own need, but to fully meet the claims of a world in sickness, suffering and sorrow, and to plan and prosecute the great living reforms of this age. A man should demand of himself, of society, of his God, abundance of temporal good. The stream of abundance should flow with increasing volume into his life, and the stream of beneficence should flow with equal freedom out of his heart and life, to supply the higher needs of humanity. "Freely receive; freely give." The ideal life is the one in which a liberal kingly income

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