James Allen's books have their source in the teachings of religions across the world, especially the New Testament, the Old Testament, Buddhism and the thoughts of world's greatest philosophers.
As a Man Thinketh, the widely acclaimed book echoes the Buddhist teaching that all that we are is the result of our thoughts, Allen tries to establish in this book that, as a man thinks in his heart, so he is. Allen drives home the two essential truths of life through this book. First, that we are what our thoughts have made us because they lead us to action. Second, that we are the architects of our future. If we believe, we can transform our dreams into realities.
Prosperity doesn't come from the relentless acquisition of things, but from constant improvement of one's own self – this is the quintessence of The Path of Prosperity. To go about this task of self-realisation, the prime most thing that one should do is to examine the evil within one's self and find out ways to control or destroy it. This is the secret that can lead a person to success, and when one succeeds, he can achieve prosperity.
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