Title: The Secret
Author: Rhonda Byrne
This book is about the secret that every great person knew in history. A secret that everyone of us should know, to attain everything that we want in our life. The secret is what they call, the law of attraction. The wonderful power of the mind and how it has helped a lot of people get what they want. According to this book,
we have the power and the ability to create our own destiny.
What we think is who we become. This book encourages us to keep up the faith and believe in our own dreams, that soon, we can fulfill everything as long as we keep on picturing ourselves in those dreams as if it has been real all along.This secret is not only applied to material things that we want but also for us to achieve happiness, health and could also be applied to our relationships with other people.
It has reiterated that we should block negativity on our mind so as not to attract negative things and instead, think of all the good things in the world and start to be thankful and grateful.
“Ask and thou shalt receive”
This is what the book is telling us to do in our lives. One of the most inspiring story for me is the story of the miracle man. Because of his positive thoughts after an accident which made him paralyzed from his neck down, he was able to walk again and most doctors consider it as a miracle. He is the living proof that our mind can do anything as it wishes. Do you believe nothing is impossible?It may sound crazy right? But, who would have thought around a century ago, that a man can land the moon?Sometimes, as they say, those “crazy” people who thought of “crazy” things are the ones who make history. We are created in the likeness of God and if He created the universe and so shall we.
I reread this book with an open mind and basically all it teaches is to take some freekin responsibility for your own life, your own happiness and quit thinking it’s going to come from anyone else or anything but you. For those who are skeptics, it affirms they will always be negative, no matter what. Sad!
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