So this then is the essay on Self-reliance /
by Ralph Waldo Emerson, wherein is told how, although we can never be independent, yet through the mental habit of self-reliance is the highest physical, mental and spiritual attainment secured : and as all individual life is a manifestation of self-reliance, a cheerful and noble self-reliance is the best service we can render our Maker, and the most good to ourselves is thereby fully conserved.
|Main Author:||Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.|
[East Aurora, N.Y., Printed at the Roycroft shop, 1902]
Colophon: Here endeth the essay on Self-reliance, written by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Printed at the Roycroft shop, East Aurora, New York. Presswork finished this xxviiith day of July, MCMII.
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2 p. l., 46 p., 2 l.
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