Wallace Wattles


What’s the Rush?

Posted on February 17th, by Albert in Fear, Hurry. No Comments

“Hurry is a manifestation of fear; he who fears not has plenty of time. If you act with perfect faith in your own perceptions of truth, you will never be too late or too early; and nothing will go wrong. So surely as you find yourself in the mental attitude of haste, just so surely may you know that you are out of the mental attitude of greatness. Hurry and fear will instantly cut your connection with the universal mind.” – Wallace D. Wattles from “The Science of Being Great”


Do Only Today’s Work

Posted on February 3rd, by Albert in Action, Effort, Performance, Progress, Purpose, Results, Success. No Comments

Do, every day, ALL that can be done that day. There is, however, a limitation or qualification of the above that you must take into account. You are not to overwork, nor to rush blindly into your business in the effort to do the greatest possible number of things in the shortest possible time. You are not to try to do tomorrow’s work today, nor to do a week’s work in a day. It is really not the number of things you do, but the EFFICIENCY of each separate action that counts.

Wallace Wattles


Benefits to those I Love

Posted on January 27th, by Albert in Body, Giving, Happiness, Love, Mind, Riches, Soul. No Comments

A man’s highest happiness is found in the bestowal of benefits on those he loves; love finds its most natural and spontaneous expression in giving. The man who has nothing to give cannot fill his place as a husband or father, as a citizen, or as a man. It is in the use of material things that a man finds full life for his body, develops his mind, and unfolds his soul. It is therefore of supreme importance to him that he should be rich. -Wallace Wattles


Full Expression

Posted on January 25th, by Albert in Body, Desire, Effort, Happiness, Mind, Performance, Potential, Soul. No Comments

Real life means the complete expression of all that man can give forth through body, mind, and soul. Whatever he can say, no man can be really happy or satisfied unless his body is living fully in every function, and unless the same is true of his mind and his soul. Wherever there is unexpressed possibility, or function not performed, there is unsatisfied desire. Desire is possibility seeking expression, or function seeking performance. -Wallace Wattles