A Quote by William George Jordan on life, mind, practicality, theory, and thought
A mere theory of life that remains but a theory, is about as useful to a man as a gilt-edged menu is to a starving sailor on a raft in mid-ocean. . . . No rule for higher living will help a man in the slightest until he reaches out and appropriates it for himself, until he makes it practical in his daily life, until that seed of theory in his mind blossoms into a thousand flowers of thought and word and act.
Source: The Majesty of Calmness, p. 45-46
Contributed by: Zaady