As A Man Thinketh

As A Man Thinketh was published in 1902, and even though this is the most popular work of James Allen, he him self was not fully pleased with it as he found it lacking in many ways. Had it not been for the preassure of his wife, the text might not have been published at all.

The core of the work has been used by inspirational speakers and is still considered a gem. For anyone interested in realizing his full potential, As a Man Thinketh is a must read.

Express Gratitude

I’ve often said that religious people are usually more happy than those who claim to be none religious, even claim to be none believers. This is something that has raised aggressive responses from the none religious, who claim that a lot of none religious people are happy.

I agree that there are happy none religious people out there. But I stand by my statement, that happiness is more common among religious ones.

True Wealth, What Really Matters

We all seem to be seeking wealth of some sort, true wealth being the principal goal. Of course the money is a primary choice for most individuals, when it comes to describing wealth. But is that really something that we would call true wealth?

It’s a certain revelation, when one experiences an earthquake of 6,3 on the Richer scale, especially when one is only few kilometers away from the source. Seeing ones house move and half of the kitchen utensils fly out of the cupboard is something that actually makes a point.

The Trinity of Man

Wallace D. Wattles writes the following in the first chapter “The Right To Be Rich” of his book, The Science of Getting Rich.

The Soul

When we die, our body and mind are gone, but the soul continues its existence. For that reason its difficult to understand why the soul is probably the one of the three elements of man, that gets the least attention by most of us.

We seem to focus our attention on the body, something that crystallizes in the body worship that’s so evident in modern society. The emphasis on the “perfect” body has gone much further than can be explained in relation to normal fitness and health.

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