Whose blueprint are you living? Do you love what you’re doing? Do you have passion for what you do? Do you give back or only take? Are you one of those people who believe that good fortune, success, blooming health and all the perks of a wealthy lifestyle come to a select few, who somehow have managed to win life’s lottery? Are you one of life’s ordinary people – humdrum job, humdrum life? Do you believe the gap between where you are and where you want to be is just too big and can never be bridged? Answer “yes” to any of the above, and you need to read this book. You see, too many of us think that success will always be just out of our grasp; that we will never have the good fortune to have a life that ∩¼üts on the cover of our favourite magazine, or any publication that we hold dear. What we fail to realize is that this type of thinking is one of the barriers that is holding us back from our success. That’s right – if you think that you can’t succeed and live the life you want to live, you will be right – every time. This book will show you how you can control your life to the point where you are living where you want to be, doing what you want to do, rather than what you are doing right now.
love is not enough
This sharp, witty and appealing guide to personal wealth offers help whether you are drowning in debt, negotiating a higher salary or tackling the thorny issue of a pre-nup.
Two Faces of Laziness
this book is not about laziness in its or traditional form but in its wider sense. monks used the word acedia, or inner disintegration, which can manifest itself in indolence and inactivity in one person, or frantic activity, a total lack of focus, and fragmentation of the inner energy of the heart in another. the word applies, therefore, not only to those who do too little, or nothing at all but also to those who do too much, driven along by anything but the spirit of God
The Wisdom of Mr Chesterton
Chesterton was a poet, a journalist, a mystery novelist, a people's theologian and some would say, a prophet who only by looking at the world upside-down could see it clearly enough to predict its future. read and enjoy the purest distillations of Chesterton's with and charm with the wisdom of Mr. Chesterton, a unique collection of the pithiest and most profound sentences ever to spring from his pen.