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SOGR: Chapter 12

Today’s words of wisdom from Wallace D. Wattles:

It is really not the number of things you do, but the efficiency of each separate action that counts.

Every act is, in itself, either a success or failure.

Every act is, in itself, either effective or inefficient.

The cause of failure is doing too many things in an inefficient manner, and not doing enough things in an efficient manner.

You can make each act a success because ALL POWER is working with you; and ALL POWER cannot fail.

Power is at your service; and to make each act efficient you have only to put power into it.

Every act can be made strong and efficient by holding your vision while you are doing it, and putting the whole power of faith and purpose into it.


Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘Hillary’s America’

I thought I knew all the sordid details until I saw Dinesh D’Souza’s excellent film last night. It’s a history lesson for anyone seeking truth, not more media, academia, and pop culture propaganda. Professor¬†Dr. Carol Swain’s appearance, along with the story of journalist and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells¬†were particularly revealing. In the film, Dr. Swain explains her change of heart about the Democrat Party to Dinesh after conducting extensive research and realizing everything she’d believed was a lie.

Ida B. Wells was a civil rights activist, anti-lynching crusader, journalist and Republican who challenged progressive President Woodrow Wilson. Long before Rosa Parks, Wells refused to give up her seat on a train.

As for the Planned Parenthood/Margaret Sanger segment, if you’re unaware of the history of this despicable organization, founded to weed out blacks and “undesirables” (e.g. the handicapped), it may shock you to discover that Sanger enlisted the support of the KKK and black ministers (whom she deceived as part of her diabolical plan) in her zeal to rid America of “human weeds.”

And I haven’t even gotten to the Clinton’s.

From Hillary’s alliance with Saul Alinsky and marriage of convenience to Bill for the purpose of consolidating power, to defending the rapist of a 12 year-old girl (and laughing about it) to ripping off Haitians through the Clinton Foundation, Dinesh presents a clear-cut expose of the couple he refers to as a “modern-day Bonnie and Clyde,” (although to the best of my knowledge, Clyde wasn’t a sexual predator/womanizer/rapist).

D’Souza delves into¬†Benghazi and the email servers as well. Given their criminal history, Bill and Hillary ought to be in prison, not running for office. The fact that they are is a testament to the success of the con and the power of propaganda. It is an absolute travesty of justice that these two criminals are roaming around free while Dinesh’s right to vote has been taken away from him, due to his targeting by the Obama Administration, in the aftermath of his 2012 film, Obama’s America.

As I watched Hillary’s America, it made me even angrier about 2016’s Theater of the Absurd Primary Election Season, when constitutional conservatives fell for the biggest con in political history. We could have had Ted Cruz going up against Hillary Clinton. Instead, we squandered a huge opportunity to present a distinctive choice between two ideologies. We’re running Donald Trump, one of her biggest donors (and friends) who shares many of her political positions. I’m still under the impression that he purposely ran for office to divide voters who want to preserve the founders’ vision of America to hand this election to his friend. Or, it was all part of plan to increase his brand and dominate media attention. Call me a conspiracy theorist, but when I look at the facts about Trump and what he has said and done, both in the past and present, nothing else makes sense.

Should I hold my nose and vote for him in November? Still debating and praying about it. One thing is for certain: I will vote for down ticket races because Congress is also important.

In the meantime, I encourage that those who truly need to see this film — the ones who need to understand the truth about the Democratic Party and the Clinton’s — to keep an open mind and head to the theater. The very last scene gave me goosebumps and made me cry. I suspect it has the same effect on all patriots who get what’s at stake.

Kudos to Dinesh for making it.



SOGR: Chapter 13

What I love most about this chapter is that it affirms the principle of doing what you love because “desire is a manifestation of power.”

As Wattles notes:

…where there is strong desire to do a thing, it is certain proof that the power to do it is strong, and only needs to be developed and applied in the Right Way. You can do what you want to do, and it is your right and privilege to follow the avocation which will be most congenial and pleasant. You are not obligated to do what you do not like to do, and should not do it except as a means to bring you to the doing of the thing you want to do.

If there are past mistakes whose consequences have placed you in an undesirable business or environment, you may be obliged for some time to do what you do not like to do; but you can make the doing of it pleasant by knowing that it is making it possible for you to come into the doing of what you want to do.

If you feel that you are not in the right vocation, do not act too hastily in trying to get into another one. The best way, generally, to change business or environment is by growth.

Do not be afraid to make a sudden and radical change if the opportunity is presented, and you feel after careful consideration that it is the right opportunity; but never take sudden or radical action when you are in doubt as to the wisdom of doing so.

There is never any hurry on the Creative Plane and there is no lack of opportunity.

When you get out of the competitive mind you will understand that you never need to act hastily. No one else is going to beat you to the thing you want to do; there is enough for all. If one space is taken, another and a better one will be opened for you farther on; there is plenty of time. When you are in doubt, wait. Fall back on the contemplation of your vision, and increase your faith and purpose; and by all means, in times of doubt and indecision, cultivate gratitude.

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