New Singer-Songwriter Cephas on Love Liberty & Lip Gloss
I had the pleasure of filling in for Love Liberty & Lip Gloss host Donna Lyons last night when I interviewed a talented new Christian musician, singer and songwriter known as Cephas. Click below to listen to his inspiring story and his new single, Break Free:
We had a tech issue in the first two minutes, which thankfully resolved itself. For the full line-up of hosts and shows, visit www.writestreamradio.com.
Day 16 – Tasha Chen’s Science of Getting Rich Academy
“For the present, however, it is enough to know that neither the government under which you live, nor the capitalistic or competitive system of industry can keep you from getting rich. When you enter upon the creative plane of thought you will rise above all these things and become a citizen of another kingdom.
“But remember that your thought must be held upon the creative plane; you are never for an instant to be betrayed into regarding the supply as limited, or into acting on the moral level of competition.
“Whenever you do fall into old ways of thought, correct yourself instantly; for when you are in the competitive mind, you have lost the cooperation of the Mind of the Whole.”
Listen to Tasha’s full reading of Chapter 16 below.
Day 15 – Tasha Chen’s Science of Getting Rich Academy
“Every man and woman who follows these instructions steadily, perseveringly and to the letter, will get rich. The Law of the Increase of Life is as mathematically certain in its operation as the Law of Gravity. The Science of Getting Rich is an exact science.”
Day 11 – Tasha Chen’s Science of Getting Rich Academy
In this chapter, Wattles clarifies the necessity of taking action, and not relying on thought alone. As he mentioned in an earlier chapter, thought is the first step (and a critical one), but alone it is not enough.
Thought is the CREATIVE POWER or the impelling force which causes the creative power to act; thinking in a Certain Way will bring riches to you, but you must not rely upon thought alone, paying no attention to personal action. That is the rock upon which many otherwise scientific metaphysical thinkers meet shipwreck — the failure to connect thought with personal action.
Your thought makes all things, animate and inanimate, work to bring you what you want; but your personal activity must be such that you can rightly receive what you want when it reaches you. You are not to take it as charity,nor to steal it; you must give every man more in use value than he gives you in cash value.
It is not your part to guide or supervise the creative process; all you have to do with that is to retain your vision, stick to your purpose, and maintain your faith and gratitude.
But you must act in a Certain Way, so that you can appropriate what is yours when it comes to you; so that you can meet the things you have in your picture and put them in their proper places when they arrive.
By thought, the thing you want is brought to you; by action, you receive it.