Philosophy

Light on life’s Difficulties By James Allen

WHEN A MAN enters a dark room he is not sure of his movements, he cannot see objects around him, or properly locate them, and is liable to hurt himself by coming into sudden contact with them. But let a light be introduced, and immediately all ...

From poverty to power; or, the realization of prosperity and peace. By James Allen

From poverty to power; or, the realization of prosperity and peace. By James Allen Foreword I looked around upon the world, and saw that it was shadowed by sorrow and scorched by the fierce fires of suffering. And I looked for the cause. I looked ...

From Passion to Peace By James Allen

From Passion to Peace By James Allen Foreword THE FIRST THREE PARTS of this book, Passion, Aspiration, and Temptation, represent the common human life, with its passion, pathos, and tragedy. The last three parts, Transcendence, Beatitude, and Peace, ...

Foundation stones to happiness and success By James Allen

Foundation stones to happiness and success By James Allen Editor’s preface This is one of the last MSS. written by James Allen. Like all his works it is eminently practical. He never wrote theories, or for the sake of writing, or to add another to ...

Eight pillars of prosperity By James Allen

Eight pillars of prosperity. By James Allen Preface It is popularly supposed that a greater prosperity for individuals or nations can only come through a political and social reconstruction. This cannot be true apart from the practice of the moral ...

Byways of Blessedness By James Allen

Byways of Blessedness By James Allen Foreword Along the highways of Burma there is placed, at regular distances away from the dust of the road, and under the cool shade of a group of trees, a small wooden building called a “rest-house”, where the ...

As a man thinketh By James Allen.

As a man thinketh. By James Allen. Mind is the Master power that moulds and makes, And Man is Mind, and evermore he takes The tool of Thought, and, shaping what he wills, Brings forth a thousand joys, a thousand ills:— He thinks in secret, and it ...