Tag Archives: Albert Schweitzer

The Fountain of Life

  “A great secret of success is to go through life as a man who never gets used up.” ~ Albert Schweitzer Man’s obsession with the discovery of the fountain of youth reaches deep into early history. Whether driven by … Continue reading

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The Spirit of the Age

“The spirit of the age is filled with the disdain for thinking.” ~ Albert Schweitzer Learning to think is one of the most underrated and overlooked of the steps that lead to living a purposeful, meaningful and fulfilling life. Far … Continue reading

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Reverence for Life

The holidays are fast upon us and I had the good pleasure of watching A Charlie Brown Christmas with my sons after dinner last evening. At one point in the show, Linus mentioned that Albert Schweitzer’s dislike of Christmas stemmed … Continue reading

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