Wallace Wattles (1860–1911) was a New Thought writer best known for his 1910 book The Science of Getting Rich, in which he explains how to become wealthy. Wattle’s book was the inspiration for the recent blockbuster motivational film and book “The Secret,” according to author Rhonda Byrne.
Wallace grew up on a farm in Nunda Township, Illinois, and worked as a farm laborer. He studied the writings of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Through his personal study and experimentation, Wattles claimed to have discovered the truth of New Thought principles and put them into practice in his own life. He practiced the technique of “creative visualization,” in which he formed a mental picture, then worked toward the realization of the vision.
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Straightforward and easy to understand, The Science of Getting Rich asserts that all of us — no matter what our circumstances — have the ability to obtain enough wealth to live as we desire and to fulfill our purpose in life.
Written a century ago and recently rediscovered by Rhonda Byrne, creator of The Secret, The Science of Getting Rich offers clear insight on creating prosperity and the happiness that ensues.
There exists a science of getting rich — and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic. There are also certain laws that govern the process of acquiring means, and once these laws are learned and followed, a person will prosper with mathematical certainty. This book carefully provides the explanation of this science and how these laws function.
Each one of us naturally wants to achieve his or her full potential — this desire to realize our innate talents is inherent in human nature. There is nothing wrong in wanting to become wealthy; in fact, the longing for riches is really the desire for a fuller and more abundant life. The Science of Getting Rich can set you on your way toward reaching this goal.
This deluxe version of the book contains unique meditative photographs and a historical context of the book with an introduction. It is annotated, formatted, and illustrated by John J. Errigo, MS.
You too, can learn how to think positive and be a repellant of negative energy, through reading these magnificent pages. Let’s make life a success for us and set the world on fire. This book will show you how.
The trouble with goodbye is that sometimes it’s about courage and sometimes it’s about fear. And sometimes you’re too broken to know the difference until it’s too late.
Two years ago, Leigh Anne Davis shocked everyone in tiny Fairhope, Georgia when she broke up with her wealthy boyfriend to attend an Ivy League university a thousand miles away. At school, she finds a happiness and independence she’s never known.
Until one terrifying night takes it all away from her.
With no place else to go, Leigh Anne heads home to reclaim her old life. A life she worked so hard to escape. On the outside, she seems like the same girl everyone has always known. But deep inside, she’s hiding a terrible secret.
Detective Constable Scott Cullen of Lothian and Borders has only been three months in CID as a full DC. He is assigned a Missing Persons case which has stretched his uniform colleagues. Caroline Adamson – a young, recently divorced mother from Edinburgh – has disappeared whilst on a date.
The more Cullen digs into her disappearance, the more he unravels her private life. Who was she on a date with? What happened during her divorce from Rob Thomson? As Cullen’s own private life gets messier and the relationship with his DI deteriorates, Caroline’s body turns up and he finds himself hunting for a ghost in the machine.
When Scarlet realized Penelope was dumping Sean, her best friend, she was devastated. Penelope was the love of his life, the woman of his dreams. Scarlet knew how far her best friend was going to fall and she had to catch him. Scarlet became Sean’s rock and helped him through a very painful breakup, but her own hidden desires bubbled to the surface in the process. When they finally gave in and slept together, she thought it was the start of their new relationship. Unfortunately, Sean didn’t feel the same.
Humiliated and heartbroken, Scarlet moved across the country and found what she least expected. She rekindled her damaged relationship with her brother, who she hadn’t spoken to in a year, and her brother’s best friend was attractive and interesting. Their relationship was natural and unforced, and she was immediately drawn to him. Would she be able to get over Sean, forget about him, by sleeping with Cortland, or would that just be another repeated mistake?
What if your entire life was based on a lie—a lie to conceal who you really were, and a lie to protect another destined to save humanity? In a land where shape-shifters and dangerous forest creatures roam free, Ailia and Lucia discover that they are bound to each other in ways they had never imagined, and nothing can prepare them for the ominous journey that lies ahead.
It’s not easy being a seventeen-year-old adopted peasant girl in the Viking-inhabited Northlandic Kingdom, especially when you have terrifying mare dreams of an evil Empress named Eiess, and when your friends oust you because they think you are cursed. But Ailia’s on the verge of discovering that she hasn’t even seen the tip of the iceberg that sleeps below…
On Winter Solstice Ailia visits her favorite place to ponder: a large cliff overlooking her hometown. On her way home, Eiess and an army of Vikings capture her before attacking the Northlandic Kingdom. After usurping the Northlandic Throne, Eiess immediately suspends the seasons on the darkest and coldest day of the year and begins her preparations for the prophesied battle to end all battles.
Suchin is a young Thai girl, and a victim of human trafficking in the city of Pattaya, Thailand. She is trapped in a dark world of corruption and perversity, with little hope of ever escaping her captivity.
Lydia is a pretty and privileged eighteen-year-old American girl, with a hard heart and a cynical attitude toward her life and others. She has kept her deepest secrets private, and is on a downward spiral of resistance and rebellion.
Charlotte is a middle class stay-at-home mom and housewife, who is living the life she desires. However, she often finds herself consumed by her discontentment, and overwhelmed by the mundane routine of her life and her feelings of inadequacy.
This book highlights a number of online and offline marketing mistakes that entrepreneurs make every day that you should avoid at all costs. It hurts to learn these lessons the hard way.
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On the eve of the monsoons, in a remote Indian village, Kavita gives birth to a baby girl. But in a culture that favors sons, the only way for Kavita to save her newborn daughter’s life is to give her away. It is a decision that will haunt her and her husband for the rest of their lives, even after the arrival of their cherished son.
Halfway around the globe, Somer, an American doctor, decides to adopt a child after making the wrenching discovery that she will never have one of her own. When she and her husband, Krishnan, see a photo of the baby with the gold-flecked eyes from a Mumbai orphanage, they are overwhelmed with emotion. Somer knows life will change with the adoption but is convinced that the love they already feel will overcome all obstacles.
Interweaving the stories of Kavita, Somer, and the child that binds both of their destinies, Secret Daughter poignantly explores the emotional terrain of motherhood, loss, identity, and love, as witnessed through the lives of two families—one Indian, one American—and the child that indelibly connects them.
Frankie Baudouin has a hundred reasons not to trust Nate DeLuca. First, he’s a DeLuca. Second, he kissed her—in front of the entire town—and then never called. Oh, and he’s after her land. Sorrento Ranch is Frankie’s last chance to prove to her family—and to herself—that she has what it takes to be an award-winning winemaker. And she will stop at nothing to ensure her success—even if it means playing nice with the starched, sophisticated, and oh-so-sexy Italian.
For Nate, Sorrento Ranch is more than just soil and grape vines; it was his father’s dream—a dream Nate is determined to make a reality. So when he finds himself forced to cohabitate with a hot-headed, irrational, and incredibly gorgeous Baudouin, Nate is surprised to discover that chaos could be so much fun—especially when she sleeps in nothing but lace.
Hallad Avarson knows nothing of the realms beyond his village. The worlds, gods, magics, and the Shadow are only tales told on moonless nights. What he does know is that something has always been missing from his life.
Then, one evening, a mysterious warrior maiden appears in the Great Wood near his village. As their eyes meet, he knows–she is what fills that void. An immediate and unexplainable bond is formed. Even though she does
not speak, he hears her voice in his head, and an overwhelming desire to protect her at all costs wells inside him. At the same moment they meet, Hallad’s little sister disappears into the Shadow. As his friends and village turn against the woman, blaming her for his sister’s disappearance, Hallad and the warrior maiden are forced to flee.
Now, Hallad is thrown headlong into the realms of magic, manipulations, and worst off, the Shadow, who hunts both him and the woman. Can Hallad save his sister from the clutches of an unknown foe, outsmart the
trickery of the Shadow, and unravel the mysterious connection between him and the warrior maiden before the Shadow forces them apart?
The terrible months between the arrival of the Red Army on German soil and the final collapse of Hitler’s regime were like no other in the Second World War. The Soviet Army’s intent to take revenge for the horror that the Nazis had wreaked on their people produced a conflict of implacable brutality in which millions perished.
From the great battles that marked the Soviet conquest of East and West Prussia to the final surrender in the Vistula estuary, this handsome volume from Osprey recounts in chilling detail the desperate struggle of soldiers and civilians alike. These brutal campaigns are brought vividly to life by a combination of previously unseen testimony and astute strategic analysis recognizing a conflict of unprecedented horror and suffering. Author Prit Buttar spins a mesmerizing tale accompanied by rare photographs and informative maps.
With nearly 1,500 Broadway performances, six Tony Awards, more than three million albums sold, and five Academy Awards, The Sound of Music, based on the lives of Maria, the baron, and their singing children, is as familiar to most of us as our own family history. But much about the real-life woman and her family was left untold.
Here, Baroness Maria Augusta Trapp tells in her own beautiful, simple words the extraordinary story of her romance with the baron, their escape from Nazi-occupied Austria, and their life in America.
Now with photographs from the original edition.
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