HABITS

It is not the man who is jumping up and down all the time who produces the best results. It is the man who keeps his human ma chine in good shape, using his brain and doing some good con sistent thinking. Just in proportion as we get ourselves trained into habits of right thinking and the forming of habits of accuracy, habits of sin cerity, habits of honesty, just so much have we got out of our will power, leaving us free to do bigger things. Old thoughts are easy, because they go through the same channel, but new thoughts are hard. — E. A. DEEDS