Why are some people successful and others not?

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Why are some people successful and others not?

Why are some people successful and others not?

Some people seem to attract success, power, and wealth without any effort, others must overcome mountainous hazards to achieve, and some strive their whole life and still fail to achieve their goals. Why should this be so? What is the difference between them? Is it physical? If it were, the strongest, most beautiful, most perfect ones would be the most successful, but we can see that this is not the way of things. Therefore, the difference must be found in our minds. Why am I not achieving my goals for a better life? Unfortunately, we are constantly subject to the

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Your life is a result of the programming you received when young.

Your life is a result of the programming you received when young.

Generally, young children from all walks of life can get along even if they do not speak a common language. They will play and share as a natural way of being and have no reason to fear each other. Instinctively, as children, most of us wanted to have fun and we enjoyed learning about the world together. I think most of us can remember a time in our past when we were more carefree and more tolerant than we are today. However, nothing lasts forever, and unfortunately, as we grew up, we became less carefree and less tolerant than we

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Getting other people to change for us won’t solve our problems!

Getting other people to change for us won’t solve our problems!

Have you ever thought: If only that person would change this habit or think more as I do, then I will be happier? If you are a normal person, it is likely that you will have had this type of thought or similar thoughts sometimes in your life, and some of you will have had, and are continuing to have, these types of thoughts often! It’s your fault that I’m feeling no good If you didn’t have that bad habit then I would like you a lot more Why don’t you agree with me so that we can be happy

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‘Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah’ by Richard Bach.

‘Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah’ by Richard Bach.

“But once in a while there’s a great dynamite-burst of flying glass and brick and splinters through the front wall and somebody stalks over the rubble, seizes me by the throat and gently says, ‘I will not let you go until you set me, in words, on paper.’ That’s how I met Illusions.“ (Richard Bach’s authorial note.) ‘Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah’ is a book that captivated me when I first read it many years ago and continues to inspire me to this day. I still have my original copy and have read it at least 4 times

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