Horace Fletcher, nicknamed "The Great Masticator"

Horace
Fletcher, nicknamed "The Great Masticator"
1849
1919

American Author and Health Food Faddist

Author Quotes

Optimism can be prescribed and applied as a medicine, and is a remedy in proportion to its purity and the wisdom displayed in its use.

Fear is an acid which is pumped into one's atmosphere. It causes mental, moral and spiritual asphyxiation, and sometimes death; death to energy and all growth.

The underlying cause of all weakness and unhappiness is man has always been, and still is, weak habit-of-thought.

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First Name
Horace
Last Name
Fletcher, nicknamed "The Great Masticator"
Birth Date
1849
Death Date
1919
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American Author and Health Food Faddist