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Desiderata Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill The Science of Getting Rich - Wallace D Wattles
The Richest Man in Babylon - George S ClasonThe Emerald Tablets

DesiderataDesiderata by Max Ehrmann
 
“Go placidly amid the noise and the haste,
and remember what peace there may be in silence.”

is a verse that leads to a desire to be a better me and to learn to accept people as they are and change our view of the world.

 

The Science of Getting Rich - Wallace D WattlesThe Science of Getting Rich – Wallace D Wattles
Written by Wallace D Wattles in 1910, this book covers the “Science of Getting Rich” quite well. Wallace gently merges the Law of Attraction and the Law of Karma in a simple and meaningful way.
 

Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon HillThink and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
 
Along with The Science of Getting Rich, Think and Grow Rich provided some of the original material for the recent “The Secret” books and videos by Rhonda Byrne. It is a little verbose and some of the spelling is very period BUT it is possibly the best grounding for the Law of Attraction available. Like all classics, it is timeless.
 

The Emerald TabletsEmerald Tablets – Thoth the Atlantean
 
There is an interesting history here. The original tablets were reputed to have been created by Thoth and left in the pyramid of Cheops under the guard of the pyramid priests. When the political situation became unsafe the tablets were taken to an Atlantean colony in South America as a symbol of priestly authority. The container for the tablets was left in Egypt to be discovered separately.
 

The Richest Man in Babylon - George S ClasonThe Richest Man in Babylon
 
Originally written as a set of pamphlets for banks and insurance companies by George S Clason in 1926, the book is presented as a set of parables showing how to increase and keep your wealth. It is one of the all time classics as useful now as it was last century. Definitely required reaqding for any student of life.