Making Life Worth While
by Douglas Fairbanks
Publisher: Britton Publishing Company 1918
Number of pages: 202
In 'Making Life Worth While', the author's sole purpose was to emphasize our first duty toward ourselves, which consists of doing our level best at everything we undertake, and making the best of every situation that arises to confront us.
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