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Feb 19, 2016, 12:48:39 AM via Website
Feb 19, 2016 12:48:39 AM via Website
Written in a period so shaky that, as Earl Nightingale refers, "the government had to create a special commission on lunacy", this small treaty on thought and focus became in James Allen's life his most popular title out of his almost twenty books.
Allen does not intend to exhaust the matter, but to offer a series of diverse reflections on the nature of human thought and its capability to decide destinies, influence physical conditions, and, all in all, give shape to reality.
An elegant little work with abundant food for thought.