XXXI. Will-Tonic

Atkinson prescribes inspirational words as a method of bolstering the will. People tend to latch upon certain phrases, bits of poetry, and the like and reading them to oneself or recalling them from memory serves to inspire the will,

(EN: The remainder of the chapter is a collection of short, inspirational phrases and bits of poetry, generally without attribution to their original sources, so I'm omitting them. The interesting thing is that people to this day tend to gravitate to such things and gather an assemblage of inspirational quotes that they refer to when they need to rekindle their ambition or focus their vision, so it's a rather interesting phenomenon.)