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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 confusion disappears. Every object is seen, and there is no danger of being hurt. To the majority, life is such a dark room, and their frequent hurts—their disappointments, perplexities, sorrows and pains—are caused by sudden contact with principles which they do not see, and are therefore not prepared to deal with. But when the light of wisdom is introduced into the darkened understanding, confusion vanishes, difficulties are dissolved, all things are seen in their true place and proportion, and henceforth the man walks open-eyed and unhurt, in the clear light of wise comprehension.

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

From poverty to energy; or, the conclusion of prosperity and peace. By James Allen Foreword I seemed round upon the world, and noticed that it was shadowed by sorrow and scorched by the fierce fires of struggling. And I seemed for the trigger. I seemed round, however couldn’t discover it; I seemed in books, however […]

Eight pillars of prosperity By James Allen

Eight pillars of prosperity. By James Allen Preface It’s popularly supposed {that a} larger prosperity for people or nations can solely come via a political and social reconstruction. This can’t be true other than the follow of the ethical virtues within the people that comprise a nation. Higher legal guidelines and social circumstances will at […]

How Sex Destroyed Naomi’s Life

Naomi, was so beautiful, pretty and cute like the most beautiful female journalist at KTN. She was well shaped and every time she was walking around in Jamuhuri estate where she used to live, no man could by pass her without looking at her back. She was admired by almost every man in every place […]

How African Americans Can Build Generational Wealth for Pennies Per Day

[ad_1] Generational wealth consists of assets, holdings and monies that are passed on from one offspring to the next, and built upon by each generation. A family business is the first thing that comes to mind when many think of generational wealth. Wine vineyards, orange groves, tobacco farms, and sugar plants started by ancestors centuries […]

CHAPTER III – INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION – YOUTH, ITS EDUCATION, REGIMEN, HYGIENE BY G. STANLEY HALL

CHAPTER III INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Trade classes and schools, their importance in the international market—Our dangers and the superiority of German workmen—The effects of a tariff—Description of schools between the kindergarten and the industrial school—Equal salaries for teachers in France—Dangers from machinery—The advantages of life on the old New England farm—Its resemblance to the education we […]

CHAPTER II – THE MUSCLES AND MOTOR POWERS IN GENERAL – YOUTH, ITS EDUCATION, REGIMEN, HYGIENE BY G. STANLEY HALL

CHAPTER II THE MUSCLES AND MOTOR POWERS IN GENERAL Muscles as organs of the will, of character and even of thought—The muscular virtues—Fundamental and accessory muscles and functions—The development of the mind and of the upright position—Small muscles as organs of thought—School lays too much stress upon these—Chorea—vast numbers of automatic movements in children—Great variety […]

CHAPTER I – PRE-ADOLESCENCE – YOUTH, ITS EDUCATION, REGIMEN, HYGIENE BY G. STANLEY HALL

CHAPTER I PRE-ADOLESCENCE Introduction: Characterization of the age from eight to twelve—The era of recapitulating the stages of primitive human development—Life close to nature—The age also for drill, habituation, memory, work and regermination—Adolescence superposed upon this stage of life, but very distinct from it. The years from about eight to twelve constitute a unique period […]

HEART OF DARKNESS By Joseph Conrad – Part Three

“I looked at him, lost in astonishment. There he was before me, in motley, as though he had absconded from a troupe of mimes, enthusiastic, fabulous. His very existence was improbable, inexplicable, and altogether bewildering. He was an insoluble problem. It was inconceivable how he had existed, how he had succeeded in getting so far, […]

HEART OF DARKNESS By Joseph Conrad – Part Two

“One evening as I was lying flat on the deck of my steamboat, I heard voices approaching—and there were the nephew and the uncle strolling along the bank. I laid my head on my arm again, and had nearly lost myself in a doze, when somebody said in my ear, as it were: ‘I am […]