f we persistently desire
to come to us for unselfish pur-
poses, and at the same time faith-
fully perform the duties which
lie nearest, we will eventually find
our desires being realized in the
most unexpected manner.
Our thought force has proved to be a wedge,
opening the seemingly inaccessible Wall of Cir-
To read good books, to think and ponder on
what you read, to cultivate every agreeable
quality you observe in others, and to weed from
your nature every unworthy and disagreeable
trait, to study humanity with an idea of being
helpful and sympathetic, all these efforts will help
you to the ultimate attainment of your wishes.
It is a proven fact that if we devote a few
moments each day to reaching exercises, stand-
ing with loose garments and stretching the body
muscles to reach some point above us, we
increase our stature.
Just so if we mentally and spiritually are
continually reaching to a higher plane we are
Every least thought of the brain is a chisel,
chipping away at our characters, and our char-
acters are building our destinies.
The incessant and persistent demand of our
hearts and minds MUST be granted.
The Heart of the New Thought by Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Chicago : The Psychic Research Company, c1902.