earth ; the hours we measure by moving wheels in
clocks and watches. Time is the same kind of a
thing whether there is little or much of it, and so is
space. To talk about "incomprehensible space or
time" is just as absurd as it would be to talk of an
"incomprehensible circle or square!" Time cannot c ase unless all motions cease.
PHYSICAL CULTURE. A perfect state of health implies three things-beauty, happiness and strength. In a perfect man or woman the soul and the body respond to each other like the higher and lower octaves in a musical instrument.
Each organ of the brain can polarize and move such muscles of the body as have the same line of direction as its own fibers, and hence the mental faculty must be cultivated, must be brought into action at the same time as the muscle, if we would se:ure normal culture, and the movements must succeed each other according to the responsive law of thirds, fifths and octaves. This law of musical chords is embodied in the structure and proportion of the parts in both body and brain. These are basic truths of physical and mental culture.
In the full-page side view of the muscles, the lines of direction are given for the larger muscles of the trunk, and on each part of the muscle is placed the name of the brain faculty that moves that part by having the same direction. In each part of this chart we must compare it with those of the brain. The names of the muscles are in CAPITALS.
The great arm movements come from the PECTORIS muscle on the front of the chest and a corresponding one on the back called the TRAPEZIUS.