Quick Guide to Being More Rational

Don’t be an irrational person…think! Develop habits of thinking well, and engaging the world with everything you have: mind and body, body and soul, ideas with action, thinking with gratitude… Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-10-24 12:39:17. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Six Fields for New Leadership- NH

SOME FERTILE FIELDS IN WHICH “NEW LEADERSHIP” WILL BE REQUIRED

Before leaving this chapter, your attention is called to a few of the fertile fields in which there has been a decline of leadership, and in which the new type of leader may find an abundance of OPPORTUNITY.

First. In the field of politics there is a most insistent demand for new leaders; a demand which indicates nothing less than an emergency. The majority of politicians have, seemingly, become high-grade, legalized racketeers. They have increased taxes and debauched the machinery of industry and business until the people can no longer stand the burden. Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-12-15 16:33:04. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Upon This Rock by G.K. Chesterton

To a Roman Catholic the Roman Catholic Church is simply the Christian religion; the gift of Christ to St. Peter and his successors of a right to answer at all times all questions about what it really is; a thing surrounded at the edge of its own wide domain by various severed fragments of its own substance; Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-11-16 14:58:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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30 Causes of Failure: According to Napoleon Hill

THE THIRTY MAJOR CAUSES OF FAILURE- HOW MANY OF THESE ARE HOLDING YOU BACK?

Life’s greatest tragedy consists of men and women who earnestly try, and fail! The tragedy lies in the overwhelmingly large majority of people who fail, as compared to the few who succeed. I have had the privilege of analyzing several thousand men and women, 98% of whom were classed as “failures.” Continue reading

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The Inspiration of the Bible [Hodge]

To understand the doctrine of biblical inspiration one needs to explicate these fundamental ideas:

The Necessary Presuppositions [are as follows]

1. What are the necessary presuppositions, as to principles, and matters of fact, which must be admitted before the possibility of inspiration, or the inspiration of any particular book can be affirmed? Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-12-24 07:30:52. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Auto-Suggestion: An Introduction by Napoleon Hill

THE MEDIUM FOR INFLUENCING THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND

[This is the] Third Step toward Riches

AUTO-SUGGESTION is a term which applies to all suggestions and all self-administered stimuli which reach one’s mind through the five senses. Stated in another way, auto-suggestion is self-suggestion. It is the agency of communication between that part of the mind where conscious thought takes place, and that which serves as the seat of action for the subconscious mind. Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-12-12 11:28:03. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Philosophy for the Schoolroom by G.K. Chesterton

Daily News, June 22, 1907 (quoted in Maycock, pp. 91-93)

What modern people want to be made to understand is simply that all argument begins with an assumption; that is, with something that you do not doubt. You can, of course, if you like, doubt the assumption at the beginning of your argument, but in that case you are beginning a different argument with another assumption at the beginning of it. Every argument begins with an infallible dogma, Continue reading

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Women in the Workplace – and at Home by G. K. Chesterton

The recent controversy about the professional position of married women was part of a much larger controversy, which is not limited to professional women or even to women. It involves a distinction that controversialists on both sides commonly forget. Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-10-18 11:02:56. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Language System Review

In order to determine which is the best language learning program from my personal experience, I have outlined this article.

A few reasonable and important assumptions: 

1.Everyone can learn another language, provided you have no severe mental handicaps.
2 The best languages to learn depend on what you WANT to learn.
3. The easiest language to learn is the language you enjoy learning. Continue reading

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Intelligent Planning: Leaders and Followers- NH

Intelligent planning is essential for success in any undertaking designed to accumulate riches. Here will be found detailed instructions to those who must begin the accumulation of riches by selling personal services. Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-12-15 15:28:38. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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The Runaway Abbot by G. K. Chesterton- Thomas Aquinas

Some miles from the monastery of Monte Cassino stood a great crag or cliff, standing up like a pillar of the Apennines. It was crowned with a castle that bore the name of The Dry Rock, and was the eyrie in which the eaglets of the Aquino branch of the Imperial family were nursed to fly. Continue reading

Originally posted 2011-10-24 13:39:06. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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