Thursday, April 21, 2011

Shark Eyes: The Science Of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

Think of the riches the world is coming into instead of the poverty it is growing out of, and bear in
mind that the only way in which you can assist the world in growing rich is by growing rich yourself
through the creative method, not the competitive one.
Give your attention wholly to riches. Do not focus on poverty. Whenever you think or speak of
those who are poor, think and speak of them as those who are becoming rich, as those who are to be
congratulated rather than pitied. Then they and others will catch the inspiration, and begin to search
for the way out.
Because I say that you are to give your whole time and mind and thought to riches, it does not
follow that you are to be sordid or mean.
To become really rich is the noblest aim you can have in life, for it includes everything else.
On the competitive plane, the struggle to get rich is a Godless scramble for power over others, but
when we come into the creative mind, all this is changed. All that is possible in the way of greatness, of
service and lofty endeavor, comes by way of getting rich, because all is made possible by the use of things.
You can aim at nothing so great or noble, I repeat, as to become rich, and you must fix your attention
upon your mental picture of wealth to the exclusion of all that may tend to dim or obscure the vision.

Excerpt taken from The Science Of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

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