Wallace D Wattles – 1860–1911
A Book Review
Who should read this book?
I rather like the way the author himself suggests who should read these pages:
“This book is practical, not philosophical; a practical manual, not a treatise upon theories.
It is intended for men and woman whose most pressing need is money; who wish to get rich first and philosophize afterward. It is for those who have, so far, found neither the time, the means, nor the opportunity to go deeply into the study of metaphysics, but who want results and who are willing to take the conclusions of science as a basis for action, without going into all the processes by which these conclusions were reached.”
Continue reading The Science of Success
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A review of the video, produced by Dr. Wayne Dyer
Who should view this video?
People who realize:
Ø That there is more to life than just accepting your daily ‘lot’.
Ø That they are stuck in a rut, growing older with their only future being to retire in the years ahead and start the process of slowly dying.
Ø They desperately want to hope that there is an opportunity for them, before they leave the confines of this earth.
Ø That even though they are young, they are not happy in their ‘chosen’ profession; they are looking for more.
Ø They sense that there is a power, somewhere out there, that they are not tapping in to.
Ø Their present relationship to a significant other is on shaky ground, whatever their age group.
This list is endless, but so far it’s a good start, because most of us reading these lines, qualify on a least three of the above points.
Continue reading The Shift
The glorious best Seller by Richard Bach.
What are you?
- If you a dreamer who believes their dreams are coming true at any moment.
- If you have smelled the dew drenched open fields of corn and hay in the early morning.
- If you enjoy lying on your back, looking up at a gazillion twinkling stars in the country sky at night.
- If you desire to walk on water, or swim across a ploughed field.
Then you qualify to read this book.
Continue reading Illusions – The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah
-How One Small Country Built the Modern World-
By Harry Bingham – A book Review
This read is a must for all Brits, and if you are naturally curious about the behavior, both past and present, of your global neighbors, then it’s a must for you too.
Harry Bingham is an accomplished author and writer of famed novels such as, Lieutenant’s Lover, Glory Boys and others.
Harry, in this, his first non-fiction write, demonstrates a truly unique skill in assembling historical facts about Great Britain over the last couple of centuries and making them read like a humorous novel, whilst never losing their stated significance in making Britain great.
Continue reading This Little Britain
I am a great believer in publically acknowledging those people who provide me with good service and products.
My favorite Portuguese restaurant is Calisto’s in the south of Johannesburg in Mr. Mandela’s land of sunshine – South Africa.
Today, my partner Eileen and I popped in to Calisto’s for a lunch.
Continue reading A Taste Of Calisto’s
The Autobiography of Nelson Mandela
“The Autobiography succeeds because the vicissitudes Mandela has gone through, in the course of his life, are so dramatic that the reader cannot help responding to them as if to a fairy tale or moral fable of some kind. No hero of legend ever went through such protracted trials to arrive at such an improbable victory” – Dan Jacobson, Daily Telegraph.
The book is the autobiography of Rolihlahla ‘Nelson’ Mandela, more endearingly known by his tribal name – Madiba.
Continue reading Long Walk To Freedom
How often have you heard others say, ‘Don’t watch the movie, until you’ve read the book’, or ‘The movie was not anywhere near as good as the book’. Of course, most of us agree with these statements and their many variants.
Maybe we should agree, because there must be a measure of truth in each of these statements.
Continue reading ….of Books and Movies