Your Forces, and How to Use Them - White Cross Library, Vol. IV.

New York: F. J. Needham, 1910. Reprint. Hardcover. Small octavo. Eccentrically paginated [approx. 200pp.], ii pages adverts. Original cloth gilt-lettered on spine & front board, with gilt cross in red pyramid design on front board. Prentice Mulford (1834–1891) was a noted literary humorist and California author, who helped found the New Thought movement. Mulford wrote essays and poetry as well as a number of books on mental/spiritual laws including his "The White Cross Library" dealing in the topic Thought Currents and How to Use Them. This is Volume IV (only) of that series. Chapter headings: The Drawing Power of Mind; The Use Of Sunday; Grace Before Meat, or Science of Eating; The Source Of Your Strength; What We Need Strength For; One Way To Cultivate Courage; The Material Mind vs. The Spiritual Mind; Marriage And Resurrection; Immortality In The Flesh; Faith Or Being Led Of The Spirit; Some Practical Mental Recepies; The Use and Necessity of Recreation. Spine ends and cornes a bit bruised and chafed, cloth and edges a bit rubbed, pages toned, else a tight, unmarked better than VG copy (no dust jacket if called for). Item #62163

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