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Thoughts Are Things by Prentice Mulford
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Thoughts Are Things

by Prentice Mulford

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This is an intriguing book, first published in 1889, that puts other 'Law of Attraction' style books of today in the shade. This book is not a fast read for you find yourself pondering awhile about what you just read; not just because it strikes a chord, but also because the writing style is fascinating too. ( )
  GRHewitt | Jan 23, 2018 |
"Why, human thought is a real element, a real force, darting out like electricity from every man's or woman's mind, injuring or relieving, killing or curing, building fortunes or tearing them down, working for good or ill, every moment, night or day, asleep or awake, carving, moulding and shaping people's faces and making them ugly or agreeable."I read - and re-read - each chapter of this book. There's a great deal of wisdom in it and I love Mulford's writing style and train of thought. I shall definitely be reading it again at some point - it needs to be read with an open mind. ( )
  ReneePaule | Jan 23, 2018 |
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"Prentice Mulford was one of the leaders of the New Thought Movement. Thoughts are things will help you use the power of your thoughts to improve your life and to bring yourself the peace of mind you've always wished for. Learn how to think in a way that will help you succeed and make you happier in every aspect of your life"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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