|Publication Date||June 26, 2012|
But it was only a few years ago that he was bright and happy in trying to earn a modest livelihood for his growing family. The question is sometimes asked whether many American business men dont permit themselves to become so absorbed in their pursuit of wealth that they become deaf, dumb and blind to all fonns of pleasure and recreation which do not lead, directly or indirectly, to the capture of the Almighty Dollar. Some have made the pleasing discovery that by occasionally withdrawing from their regular business duties and becoming intensely absorbed in totally diflferent ;environments they not only develop an invaluable re Vserve stock of vitality, but are also enabled to perform a years ordinary work in six, eight or ten months, while at the same time the quality of their work is of a higher order. Everyman has, or should have, his hobby in recreation.
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