Hurry is a manifestation of fear; he who fears not has plenty of time. If you at with perfect faith in your own perceptions of truth, you will never be too late or too early; and nothing will go wrong.
Topics: Perception, Great, Fear, Perfect, Truth, Faith
The man who is wise enough to know the right thing to do, who is good enough to wish to do only the right thing, and who is able and strong enough to do the right thing is a truly great man.
Topics: Wise, Good, Great
Nothing was ever in any man that is not in you; no man ever had more spiritual or mental power than you can attain, or did greater things than you can accomplish. You can become what you want to be.
Topics: Spiritual, Power, Spirit, Great
The only service that you can render God is to give expression to what he is trying to give to the world, through you. The only service you can render God is to make the very most of yourself in order that God may live in you to the utmost of your possibilities.
Topics: God, Yin, Service, Live, Possibilities, Try, Give, Vice
The average person’s idea of a great man, rather than one who serves, is of one who succeeds in getting himself served.
Do not merely think that you are great; think that you are great now. Do not think that you will begin to act in a great way at some future time; begin now.
Topics: Future, Think, Act, Great
There is a science of getting rich, and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic. There are certain laws which govern the process of acquiring riches, and once these laws are learned and obeyed by anyone, that person will get rich with mathematical certainty.
Topics: Learn, Act, Rich
There is, as Emerson says, some central idea or conception of yourself by which all the facts of your life are arranged and classified. Change this central idea and you change the arrangement or classification of all the fact and circumstances of your life.
Topics: Act, Great, Change, Life
If a doubt comes, cast it aside as a sin.
The brain does not make the man; the man makes the brain.
You cannot impress the mind of God by having a special Sabbath day set apart to tell Him what you want, and then forgetting Him the rest of the week.
Remember that poise and power are inseparably associated. The calm and balanced mind is the strong and great mind; the hurried and agitated mind is the weak one.
Topics: Balance, Power, Great, Mind
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