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What All The World's A-Seeking The Vital Law of True Life, True Greatness Power and Happiness   By: (1866-1958)

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In "What All The World's A-Seeking: The Vital Law of True Life, True Greatness Power, and Happiness," Ralph Waldo Trine delivers a profound exploration of the fundamental principles that govern our existence and our pursuit of happiness. This book, written in the early 20th century, still holds immense relevance today, offering timeless wisdom and insights into the essence of true greatness and fulfillment.

Trine's writing style is both eloquent and engaging, making it easy for readers to immerse themselves in his teachings. The book is divided into chapters that expound on various aspects of life, such as the power of thought, the importance of right action, and the connection between the mind, body, and the universe. Through his coherent and logical explanations, Trine effectively guides readers towards a deeper understanding of the key principles that orchestrate success and happiness.

One of the book's most compelling aspects is its emphasis on the power of our thoughts and beliefs. Trine presents the idea that our thoughts and mental attitudes are fundamental forces shaping our experiences and outcomes. He illustrates how a positive mindset, coupled with a clear vision of our goals, can pave the way for success and happiness. This theme resonates strongly throughout the book and empowers readers to take charge of their thoughts and shape their own destinies.

Trine also delves into the concept of right action, stressing the importance of aligning our actions with our deepest values and ideals. By providing examples and anecdotes, he demonstrates how living a life in harmony with our higher selves not only benefits us individually but also contributes to the greater good of society. This notion of interconnectedness and personal responsibility resonates deeply and inspires readers to engage in acts of kindness, empathy, and service towards others.

Furthermore, the author highlights the significance of the mind-body connection and the influence of our mental state on our physical well-being. Trine argues that by maintaining a positive mindset and nurturing our inner harmony, we can cultivate vibrant health and vitality. This holistic approach to well-being offers valuable insights on how to lead a fulfilling and balanced life.

While this book was written over a century ago, its teachings remain highly relevant in today's fast-paced and often chaotic world. Trine reminds readers that true greatness and fulfillment stem from aligning our thoughts, words, and actions with the higher principles of love, truth, and selflessness.

"What All The World's A-Seeking" is a timeless gem that unveils the vital laws governing a life of true greatness, power, and happiness. Ralph Waldo Trine's profound understanding of these principles, coupled with his eloquent writing, captivates readers' minds and touches their hearts. This book is a must-read for anyone seeking to unlock their fullest potential and live a life of purpose and fulfillment.

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Or, The Vital Law of True Life, True Greatness Power and Happiness



New York Dodge Publishing Company 220 East Twenty Third Street


There are two reasons the author has for putting forth this little volume: he feels that the time is, as it always has been, ripe for it; and second, his soul has ever longed to express itself upon this endless theme. It therefore comes from the heart the basis of his belief that it will reach the heart.

R.W.T. Boston, Massachusetts


It is impossible for one in a single volume, or perhaps in a number of volumes, to reach the exact needs of every reader.

It is always a source of gratitude, as well as of inspiration for better and more earnest work in the future, for one to know that the truths that have been and that are so valuable and so vital to him he has succeeded in presenting in a manner such that they prove likewise of value to others. The author is most grateful for the good, kind words that have come so generously from so many hundreds of readers of this simple little volume from all parts of the world. He is also grateful to that large company of people who have been so good as to put the book into the hands of so many others... Continue reading book >>

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