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William George Jordan was a man of letters born within the
heart of the publishing metropolis of New York City.
He began his career in 1884 as the editor of Book Chat,
went on to become the managing editor of Current Literature
then moved to Chicago to lecture on his novel system of Mental Training.
1888 and 1889, William edited the prestigious Saturday Evening Post.
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William Jordan's educational insights could serve as a guide for
'There are two great things that education should do for the individual
—It should train his senses, and teach him to think. Education,
as we know it to-day, does not truly do either; it gives the individual
only a vast accumulation of facts, unclassified, undigested, and seen
in no true relations.
Like seeds kept in a box, they may be retained, but they do not grow.'
William George Jordan, like so many of New Thought's greatest authors
did not focus on religion but rather encouraged people to be their best
and to move forward with Civil Society.