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How to Project Your Thoughts – Magic of Believing
(An excerpt from the “Strangest Secret Library”)
Success is a matter of never-ceasing application. You must work at it diligently, or else it takes wings and flies away. At no time can you afford to rest on your laurels or pause for self-admiration, because others may be coveting your place and would love to push you out of it, especially if they observe that you have a weak hold or are doing anything to strengthen your position.
Despite the great strides that America has made, the country still has many great resources that haven't yet been tapped. But I can confidently believe that we haven't seen anything yet, that still greater things will be accomplished by men with imaginations and the will-to-do. Those of us who are still alive 50 years from now may well be looking on a world that makes the late 20th century seem as the Industrial Revolution does today.
As late as 1948, laboratory scientists were working on what many at the time considered fantastic ideas - including wearable fabrics made from wood fiber, materials that would be water and fire-resistant, machines that would capture energy from the sun, and even apparatus that would record our unspoken fears and anxieties on a graph. All these "miracles," now quite commonplace, came from men's imaginations or from their subconscious minds. Perhaps in less than fifty years, thought-transference or telepathy will be as commonplace as the radio of today. Who knows?