Menticulture - Pittsburg (pa.) Leader, Oct. 12, 1895
( Originally Published 1901 )
If you have ever exercised the introspective faculty so as to compare your sensations and their effects under the influence of various emotions, you have no doubt found that anger and worry were very de-pressing. Anger would act as an intoxicant to you. After its excitement passed away you felt that you had been left the worse for it. Sometimes under the influence of this psychic "next morning" you may even have wondered if anger could not be dispensed with. You have acknowledged that it did not pay. Worry is not exciting in the same way as anger. Anger is a psychic brandy: worry is a mental morphine.