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Endure Hardship

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Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
October
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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As a gladiator trained the body, so must we train the mind to self sacrifice, "to endure all things," to meet and overe├│me difficulty and danger. We must take the rough and thorny roads as well as the smooth and pleasant, and a portion at least of our daily duty must be hard and disagreeable, for the mind cannot be kept strong and healthy in perpetual sunshine only, and the most dangerous of all states is that of constantly recurring pleasure, ease and prosperity. Most persons will find difficulties and hardships enough without seeking them. Let them not repine, but take them as a part of that ed├╝cational discipline necessary to fit the mind to

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News