We all want to be great… or at least be considered great, and we all fall short… because we are NOT great, not great at all. The gap between what we hope and what we produce keeps us, overtly or covertly miserable and self-hating.
By being great Wallace D. Wattles means someone who tunes in to All-Knowledge AND acts in a Certain Way. Neither of it is typical… neither of it is practiced by the majority, although all consider it a standard, an ideal… for others.
This chapter establishes the grounds from which Wattles builds his theory: Human being is miserable unless he is growing. Miserable, unless he is advancing. By nature…
I am definitely an example of being able to tune into the All-Knowledge, and am a student of acting in a Certain Way. I am not there much of the time… maybe not even 80%. But the quality of my life is incomparable with what it was before I started practicing the Certain Way.
Read and heed. You’ll know if you are ready to hear this or not. How will you know? This will sound like good news if you are ready. And boring or not for you, if you are not. Or worse than that: you’ll think of all the people for whom this should be a must, but not you… (Especially if your soulcorrection is “Removing The Dark Side”.
I hope you are ready. For your own sake…
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