Excerpt: ...or ignorance. It comes through long education. It does
not mean the trite, or the commonplace, or the obvious. It is a
strong and sturdy quality, is this simplicity of which I am
speaking, and nothing else will atone for lack of it in the public
speaker. Longfellow calls it the supreme excellence, since it is
the quality which above all others brings serenity to the soul and
makes life Pg 80 really worth living. Every man should earnestly
seek to cultivate this great quality as essential to noble
character. This speech is conspicuous for another indispensable
quality for effective public speaking,
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