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by Ralph Waldo Trine

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Author:
Ralph Waldo Trine
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978-1461148715
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1461148715
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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 3, 2011)
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New Age & Spirituality
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Ralph Waldo Trine (October 26, 1866 – November 8, 1958) was an American philosopher, author, and teacher. He wrote many books on the New Thought movement.

Ralph Waldo Trine (October 26, 1866 – November 8, 1958) was an American philosopher, author, and teacher. Trine was a close friend of Henry Ford and had several conversations with him about success in life. Born September 9, 1866, in Mount Morris, Illinois, Trine was the son of Samuel G. Trine and Ellen E. Newcomer. He attended public school, and after graduating from high school at the age of 16 he began work as a farmer and lumberjack.

Wonderful book and great illustrations on the mind and spirit. Definitely worth the read for those who are wanting to develop better self control in all areas of life including personal or business related goals.

In seeking to define the spiritual life, it were better to regard the world as the expression of the Divine mind. Humanity and civilisation is not headed towards Ab the cave-man, whatever appearances, in the minds of many, may indicate at the present time

In seeking to define the spiritual life, it were better to regard the world as the expression of the Divine mind. Humanity and civilisation is not headed towards Ab the cave-man, whatever appearances, in the minds of many, may indicate at the present time. Humanity will arise and will reconstruct itself. Great lessons will be learned.

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Ralph Waldo Trine (1866-1958) was a philosopher, mystic, teacher and author. He was born in Mount Morris, Northern Illinois. In 1891 he was graduated from Carthage College Academy, Knox College. he studied at the University of Winsconsin and later at John Hopkins University in the fields of history and political science. the Sunlit Road (1915) and The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit (1917).

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This book was written back during the First World War, at first on would say why read a book over 100 years old; but many of gems and lessons have been gleaned and learned from old text. There are timeless nuggets of thought and wisdom contained in the book. In some sections it’s as he is speaking to the current realities of the world in which we live in. The underlying theme here is Christianity.

By ralph waldo trine. Author of "In tune with the infinite," etc. London g. bell and sons, ltd. 1933

By ralph waldo trine. 1933. To strike the right balance in life is one of the supreme essentials of all successful living. We must work, for we must have bread.

We are all dwellers in two kingdoms, the inner kingdom, the kingdom of the mind and spirit, and the outer kingdom, that of the body and the physical universe about us. In the former, the kingdom of the unseen, lie the silent, subtle forces that are continually determining, and with exact precision, the conditions of the latter. To strike the right balance in life is one of the supreme essentials of all successful living. We must work, for we must have bread. We require other things than bread. They are not only valuable, comfortable, but necessary. It is a dumb, stolid being, however, who does not realize that life consists of more than these. They spell mere existence, not abundance, fullness of life.
  • My favorite Spiritual writers are Ernest Holmes and Emma Curtis Hopkins. I can now add Ralph Waldo Trine to the list! Trine's book says a whole lot of what I feel and makes perfect sense to me. No, it's not "mainstream Christian teaching", but it is FABULOUS for those who questions what mainstream Christianity says and feel there are better, more widely encompassing meanings out there on spirituality. I am still reading the book, but so far, it is a Diamond in the rough! If you like Holmes and Hopkins, and others like them, you should really give Trine a try!

  • Wonderful book and great illustrations on the mind and spirit. Definitely worth the read for those who are wanting to develop better self control in all areas of life including personal or business related goals.

  • This book by Mr.Trine is basically a treatise on what we might call 'the inner life expressed in the outer life'. He was deeply committed to the teaching of Jesus that; "the kingdom of God is within you," and that there are 'Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit.' Because of this fact he seeks to emphasize that personal salvation is not to be the prime focus of the believers concern, but rather, how to express the nature of the kingdom in our acts and thoughts in the many affairs of the world around us. He says "to strike the right balance in life is one of the supreme essentials of all successful living." He relates the spiritual life within to the problems and concerns of the many happenings of the time in which he was living. A very spiritually enlightened man dealing with the importance of not hiding our knowledge of truth under a bushel but showing it to the world in our everyday living. Author, "Be Spiritually Bold," "To The Spiritually Inclined."

  • He has some great ideas to meditate on. Not your standard religious book which is refreshing. My advice is to seek the wisdom of others but take everything with a grain of salt. Your own spiritual journey is far better when you follow your heart and refuse to be a disciple of any human.

  • I love it. Loooooove it.

  • This is a good book for anyone on a Spiritual journey. As with all of Trine's books, you might have to re-read passages until you understand the full meaning. This book should be a precursor to "In Tune with the Infinite".

  • This book relates a lot of information on human ideas of religion, God, meditation and its benefits, and ideas of government, wars, and human thinking altogether. Its very interesting reading.

  • Great Book