Secret of the Ages - Part VI, Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part VI, Chapter 24 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Twenty-four, Part Six, encourages the reader that You can Do It.

What develops the mental courage and physical stamina of the average individual are all the difficult situations in life. Collier refers to some residents of tropical countries where the climate is temperate; no great need of clothing to protect one from the elements, food grows on the trees virtually at hand. Those who live thusly have no great need or desire because they have never known want to a critical enough degree. Without such a great need or desire, little has been truly achieved. Collier then compares such individuals to those who live in the harsh, inhospitable climate of New England. Only perseverance, fortitude and an innovative mind could have made life there endurable.

He who lives in a favorable environment will have to work...

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