The Bookshop Guru
The statement “always do the right things because it takes less energy” is a powerful mantra that my grandfather taught me. If you live by this you do not have to keep looking over your shoulder and wondering who may be watching you. The more energy you consume doing the wrong things the less energy you will have to do the right things. It’s simple logic, but it works and safe to say you will live life with nature and not against it as is the “WAY” in “Tao Te` Ching” by Lao Tzu. If you want to know more about the “WAY” then I have written an article here on this blog click here.
My grandfather taught me a lot especially how easy it is to miss the opportunities life presents to you. Sometimes he would ask me to read a particular book and then ask me what the book was about and what I had learnt. And he often said read it again you have missed the most important point of the book which I did. Like the adage “you can’t see the wood for the trees” it is easy to overlook the most important point.
Have you heard about the chicken and the egg question? It’s an age old question and most people have heard about it and pondered the answer. It goes like this “which came first the chicken or the egg?” Now you may be thinking there is no answer – you cannot have one without the other -and you are wrong. The answer is neither. I could give you an analogy as an answer as Man came first it says it in Genesis in the Bible. The truth is without seed there is nothing. The male of a species carries the seed the female the eggs and without the seed there is nothing. You work it out. Someone or something has to play the part of the rooster.
Are you listening, what are you dreaming?
As Jesus said, “belief is everything.”
In my latest book “It’s Never Too Late” read how dreams do come true, but be careful what you wish for. Understand the secret of greed and you will attain one of the secrets of prosperity. The book will also take you on a journey and explores love, money, luck, and much more.
Hey, Chuck. Did you bring any spending money? Viva la vida loca.
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