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As pain and bliss inevitably follow on wrong and right beginnings, so unhappiness and blessedness are inseparably bound up with small bleswedness and duties. Life is a kind of cooperative trust in which the whole is of the nature of, and dependent upon, the unit.

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Byways to Blessedness

How do you begin each day? What a man is in his fractional duties that he is in the aggregate of his character. Classic Self Help Book. He does not know that pleasure and pain are one, but thinks he can have the one without the other.

Cheerfulness and unselfishness are sworn friends. We hear and read much about burden-bearing, but of the better way of burdendropping very little is heard or known.

While he pities himself and confounds suffering with holiness he will remain in suffering: Only when such a man wakes up to the truth that his burdens are of his own making, that they are the accumulated effects of his own acts, will he cease from unmanly self-pity and find the better way jmes burden-dropping; only when he opens his eyes to see that his every thought and act is another brick, another stone, built into the temple of his life will he develop the insight which will enable him to recognise his own unstable handiwork, the unflinching manliness to acknowledge it, and the courage to build more nobly and enduringly.


Into whatsover morasses of blesdedness and trackless wastes of perplexity he may have ignorantly wandered he can always find his way out again, can always bywags the lost highway of uninvolved simplicity which leads, straight and clear, to the sunny city of wise and blessed action.

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Its self-born cause can be found, investigated, comprehended, and for ever removed. You must leave yourself entirely out, and must, for the time being, assume their position.

Man is shut out from Heaven and Peace and Truth only in so far as he bywaya out others from his sympathy. And who is the blessed man? Can the pouring in of more water prevent a flood? As the ocean is composed of drops, the earth of grains, and the stars of points of light, so is life composed of thoughts and acts; without these, life would not be. In Byways of Blessedness James Allen instructs us on how to improve our life and spiritual wellbeing through the power of positive thinking.

Allen’s books illustrate the use of the power of thought to increase personal capabilities.

Byways of Blessedness

Bysays you have no object in doing so, never mind; get up, and go out for a gentle walk among the alle of nature, and you will experience a buoyancy, a freshness, and a delight, not to say a peace of mind, which will amply reward you for your effort. Do not persuade yourself that you can evade them; you cannot. The pandering to the animal nature, even when it appears innocent and seems sweet, leads away from truth and blessedness.

As such, it calls for the development and exercise of a deeper insight and broader intelligence than has hitherto been exercised. Another beginning which is of great importance is the beginning of any particular and responsible undertaking.


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You say a certain thing a duty, a companionship, or a social obligation troubles you, is burdensome, and you resign yourself to oppression with the thought: The gardener digs in the weeds in order that they may feed, with their decay, the plants which are good for food; and the Tree of Wisdom can only flourish on the compost of uprooted follies. Nothing but the sacrifice of self can avail, and to this must all men come sooner or later during their spiritual evolution. The noble man is noble in every little thing he says and does.

He is never a strong, useful character, but a mere fantastic specialist in some bleswedness trick.

The fool lacks knowledge because he lacks humility, and, inflated with the thought of self-importance, he aims at impossible things.

At last the king awoke out of a disturbed sleep, and the youth inquired of him why he looked so frightened. Chitra, a play in one act. You will find that much happiness or unhappiness follows upon the right or wrong beginning of the day, and that, when every day is wisely begun, happy and harmonious sequences will mark its course, and life in its totality will not fall far short of the ideal blessedness.

Unveiled, the Heavenly Vision he shall see, Who cometh not too early nor too late. Secrets to the Law of Attraction: As a Man Thinks.