Epigrams of B.J. Palmer
“Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.”
“He that bloweth not his own horn, for him shall no horn be blown.”
“Sick people pray for power when thru us would flow a universal power if we would permit it.”
“Be sure you’re right – then force the fight.”
“Why these epigrams?
What is before you, is seen.
What is being seen, is read.
What is being read, is thot.
What is being thot, is acted.
What is acted, is YOU.”
“A stroke of genius, a great bounty to many. Success, Health, and Happiness: The Epigrams of B.J. Palmer will introduce another generation to a work that has influenced the lives of thousands over the years.” – Thom Gelardi, DC founder and past-president of Sherman College of Chiropractic
“What a pleasure to read the wisdom and wit of such an exceptional mind! Simon Senzon captures an unbelievable depth with these short sayings of B.J. Palmer. Over 50+ years before Twitter, Palmer was capturing the essence of communication in short verse. This book is truly an inspirational experience to read!” – Dan Lemberger, DC, Wiseworld Seminars
From the Introduction
“Success, health, and happiness were at the heart of B.J. Palmer’s (1882-1961) life and teachings. The epigrams of B.J. Palmer, painted everywhere on the walls of his campus embody this. The epigrams represent the wisdom, insight, and humor of one of America’s greatest geniuses and luminaries from the twentieth century.” – Simon Senzon
To listen to an interview about this book, please check out Dr. Senzon’s blog: Chiropractic Epigrams