You are what you think! Cause and effect is absolute in the realm of though. No matter what the external appearance, the real you is hidden in your heart. Eventually it will be made manifest. Circumstance does not make the man, James Allen says. It reveals him to himself. Many men, he declares, take the opposite approach to human affairs. They are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves. He who would accomplish little must sacrifice little; he would would achieve much must sacrifice much; he would would attain highly must sacrifice greatly. As the visible world is sustained by the invisible, James Allen says, so dreams are the seedlings of realities. You will always gravitate toward that which you secretly most love. You become one with your Ideal -- you realize your Vision. James Allen's life was comparatively short. He was born in 1864 and died in 1912. The ideas he expressed are being developed by many writers and voices today, but nowhere has the power of thought been presented more succinctly than in this little book.
This small hardback book is in nearly new condition. The dust jacket has a scuff on the front and light rubbing.