William H. Danforth's timeless dare to be one’s best, to live a balanced life, and to serve others.
William H. Danforth (1870-1956), founder of the Ralston Purina Company and one of the founders of the American Youth Foundation, lived his life by our four-fold philosophy—believing in a balance between mental, physical, social and spiritual capacities. We present the original version of the text, written in 1931. Though some of the language and examples are specific to the social and cultural landscape of the time, the essential challenge—the dare to be one’s best, to live a balanced life, and to serve others—is timeless.
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