This is a radical book.
It was radical when it was published in 1910, and it is radical today.
When I first read The Science of Being Well, I thought, OF COURSE!
This is brilliant! Everyone should read this book! You may have a similar reaction
to this book if youve read Mr. Wattles first book, The Science of Getting
Rich, or if you believe that both thought and behavior affect health.
In preparing the present volume, the writer has been actuated by a conscientious desire to deepen and vivify
our faith in the Christian system of truth, by showing that it does not rest solely on a special class of facts, but
upon all the facts of nature and humanity; that its authority does not repose alone on the peculiar and
supernatural events which transpired in Palestine, but also on the still broader foundations of the ideas and
laws of the reason, and the common wants and instinctive yearnings of the human heart.
Does poor reproductive health prevent poor women
from escaping poverty? Despite the plethora of survey
data showing that poor households tend to be larger
and that poor women tend to have higher rates of fer-
tility, experts have debated whether these conditions
cause poverty or are symptoms of poverty.
Because a 1998 UPS study indicated that volunteers do
not always feel their volunteer experiences make best use
of their skills and interests, the Corporation for National
and Community Service, the UPS Foundation, and the
USA Freedom Corps organized the first national study
of volunteer management capacity to better understand
the scope of issues confronting our charities and congregational
social service outreach activities.