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When optimism becomes secondary, and realism takes first place, we need an instant transformation.
We encapsulate the essence of this book and briefly explain its methods. And Why?
In order to revive that reality, we must reject the egoic suggestions, and turn to a more open approach. About James Allen James Allen — was a British motivational writer and according to some the leading force in the self-help movement.
He is lauded as a great philosopher and author anywhere in the civilized world, for his work on positive thinking that launched a new era and inspired millions. The strange thing about life is that only a handful of people have defined goals. Most of us are looking forward to crossing swords with the world.
With a harmful, self-centered attitude , you cannot push and reach your final destination.
This straightforward piece of advice is still subjected to lots of discussions and many refuse to follow it. When it comes to finding the right balance, James Allen believes that every person shares the same responsibility to improve the well-being of everyone. Take concrete actions, and listen to those people whose plans are indicating prosperity. Typically, each person will share and give you a piece of advice based on its viewpoints and current situation.
So, beware whose experience you embrace. Read by Gabriel Travesser.
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Works currently on offer Books in English: From poverty to power; or, the realization of prosperity and peace As a man thinketh All these things added There is no heart in all the world that has not felt the sting of pain, no mind has not been tossed upon the dark waters of trouble, no eye that has not wept the hot blinding tears of unspeakable anguish.
There is no household where the Great Destroyers, disease and death, have not entered, severing heart from heart, and casting over all the dark pall of sorrow.
In the strong, and apparently indestructible meshes of evil all are more or less fast caught, and pain, unhappiness, and misfortune wait upon mankind.
With the object of escaping, or in some way mitigating this overshadowing gloom, men and women rush blindly into innumerable devices, pathways by which they fondly hope to enter into a happiness which will not pass away.
Such are the drunkard and the harlot, who revel in sensual excitements; such is the exclusive aesthete, who shuts himself out from the sorrows of the world, and surrounds himself with enervating luxuries; such is he who thirsts for wealth or fame, and subordinates all things to the achievement of that object; and such are they who seek consolation in the performance of religious rites.
And to all the happiness sought seems to come, and the soul, for a time, is lulled into a sweet security, and an intoxicating forgetfulness of the existence of evil; but the day of disease comes at last, or some great sorrow, temptation, or misfortune breaks suddenly in on the unfortified soul, and the fabric of its fancied happiness is torn to shreds. So over the head of every personal joy hangs the Damocletian sword of pain, ready, at any moment, to fall and crush the soul of him who is unprotected by knowledge.
The child cries to be a man or woman; the man and woman sigh for the lost felicity of childhood.
The poor man chafes under the chains of poverty by which he is bound, and the rich man often lives in fear of poverty, or scours the world in search of an elusive shadow he calls happiness.