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해외주문 [Book] Worldwide Laws of Life 200 Eternal Spiritual Principles

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Templeton, John Marks 지음 | Templeton Press | 1998년 06월 01일
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An easy-to-use handbook of powerful thoughts for everyday use and inspiration, "Worldwide Laws of Life" offers 200 laws culled from the world's wisdom traditions, both sacred and secular. These spiritual principles can be used as a daily inspiration, read as a whole, or chosen by topic relevant to one's immediate need.
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Introduction xvii
WEEK ONE
When you rule your mind, you rule your world 1 (2)
Bill Provost
Where there is no vision, the people perish 3 (2)
Proverbs 29: 18
Love has the patience to endure the fault we 5 (2)
cannot cure
J. Jelinek
There are more possibilities in the universe 7 (1)
than one can imagine
As you give, so shall you receive---The 8 (5)
Golden Rule (Matthew 7: 12 and Luke 6: 31)
WEEK TWO
Your life becomes what you think 13 (2)
Marcus Aurelius
Love given is love received 15 (2)
John M. Templeton
To be forgiven, one must first forgive 17 (2)
John M. Templeton
An attitude of gratitude creates blessings 19 (2)
John M. Templeton
You fear what you do not understand 21 (3)
WEEK THREE
Nothing can bring you peace but yourself 24 (2)
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Listen to learn 26 (2)
Alcoholics Anonymous
Wisdom is born of mistakes; confront error 28 (2)
and learn
J. Jelinek
Humility leads to prayer as well as progress 30 (2)
and brings you in tune with the Infinite
John M. Templeton
Failing to plan is planning to fail 32 (5)
Ben Franklin
WEEK FOUR
Beautiful thoughts build a beautiful soul 37 (2)
John M. Templeton
Progress depends on diligence and perseverance 39 (1)
John M. Templeton
Love the neighbor as thyself--Matthew 19: 19 40 (2)
To be wronged is nothing unless you continue 42 (2)
to remember it--Confucius
Enthusiasm facilitates achievement 44 (4)
John M. Templeton
WEEK FIVE
By giving you grow 48 (2)
John M. Templeton
Lost time is never found again 50 (1)
Ben Franklin
The family that prays together stays together 51 (2)
Common Saying
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again 53 (2)
William Edward Hickson
It is better to light a single candle than to 55 (4)
curse the darkness--Motto of the Christophers
WEEK SIX
It is better to love than be loved 59 (2)
St. Francis
Thanksgiving leads to having more to give 61 (1)
thanks for
John M. Templeton
You cannot be lonely if you help the lonely 62 (2)
John M. Templeton
You are sought after if you reflect love, 64 (2)
joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness,
faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control
John M. Templeton
A smile breeds a smile 66 (4)
Ted Engstrom
WEEK SEVEN
Great heroes are humble 70 (2)
John M. Templeton
Agape given grows; agape hoarded dwindles 72 (1)
John M. Templeton
A measure of mental health is the disposition 73 (2)
to find good everywhere
John M. Templeton
What the mind can conceive, it may achieve 75 (2)
By prayer you receive spiritual energy 77 (4)
John M. Templeton
WEEK EIGHT
What appears to us as the impossible may be 81 (2)
simply the untried
Seyyed Hossein Nasr
I shall allow no man to belittle my soul by 83 (1)
making me hate him
Booker T. Washington
Real success means not to remain satisfied 84 (2)
with any limited goal
Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Enthusiasm is contagious 86 (2)
John M. Templeton
Small attmepts repeated will complete any 88 (3)
undertaking
Og Mandino
WEEK NINE
Defeat isn't bitter if you don't swallow it 91 (2)
Ted Engstrom
The unexamined life is not worth 93 (1)
living--Socrates
You are only as good as your word 94 (2)
John M. Templeton
Tithing often brings prosperity and honor 96 (2)
John M. Templeton
Self control wins the race 98 (4)
WEEK TEN
Freedom is a fact of life 102 (2)
By asserting our will, many a closed door 104 (2)
will open before us
Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Count your blessings and you will have an 106 (2)
attitude of gratitude
John M. Templeton
We learn more by welcoming criticism than by 108 (2)
rendering judgment
J. Jelinek
Ask not what you can expect from life; ask 110 (3)
what life expects from you
Viktor Frankel
WEEK ELEVEN
You find what you look for: good or evil, 113 (2)
problems or solutions
John M. Templeton
Every ending is a new beginning 115 (2)
Susan Hayward
The only way to have a friend is to be a 117 (2)
friend
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Man is what he believes 119 (1)
Anton Chckhov
Our quantity of spiritual knowledge is 120 (5)
smaller than Ptolemy's knowledge of astronomy
John M. Templeton
WEEK TWELVE
Helpfulness, not willfulness, brings rewards 125 (2)
Birds of a feather flock together 127 (2)
Robert Burton
Crime doesn't pay 129 (2)
You can make opposition work for you 131 (1)
No one knows what he can do until he tries 132 (4)
Publilius Syrus
WEEK THIRTEEN
'Tis the part of the wise man to keep himself 136 (2)
today for tomorrow, and not venture all his
eggs in one basket
Miguel de Cervantes
Thoughts are things 138 (2)
Charles Fillmore
As within, so without 140 (3)
Hermetic principle
Thanksgiving, not complaining, attracts 143 (2)
people to you
John M. Templeton
Perseverance makes the difference between 145 (5)
success and defeat
WEEK FOURTEEN
The secret of a productive life can be sought 150 (2)
and found
John M. Templeton
Happiness is always a by product 152 (2)
John M. Templeton
The way to mend the bad world is to create 154 (2)
the right world
Ralph Waldo Emerson
It is better to praise than to criticize 156 (2)
John M. Templeton
Laughter is the best medicine 158 (4)
Norman Cousins
WEEK FIFTEEN
Humility, like darkness, reveals the heavenly 162 (2)
light
Henry David Thoreau
Use wisely your power of choice 164 (2)
Og Mandino
If you do not know what you want to achieve 166 (2)
with your life, you may not achieve much
John M. Templeton
More is wrought by prayer than this world 168 (2)
dreams of
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Everything and everyone around you is your 170 (4)
teacher
Ken Keyes
WEEK SIXTEEN
Hitch your wagon to a star! 174 (2)
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The price of greatness is responsibility 176 (2)
Winston Churchill
Good words are worth much and cost little 178 (2)
George Herbert
You can never solve a problem on the same 180 (2)
level as the problem
Emmet Fox
Happy relationships depend not on finding the 182 (5)
right person, but on being the right person
Eric Butterworth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
We receive freely when we give freely 187 (2)
The truth will make you free--John 8: 32 189 (2)
If you would find gold, you must search where 191 (3)
gold is
William Juneau
Habit is the best of servants, the worst of 194 (2)
masters
J. Jelinek
You cannot discover new oceans until you have 196 (4)
the courage to lose sight of the shore
WEEK EIGHTEEN
No one's education is ever complete 200 (2)
John M. Templeton
Accentuate the positive; eliminate the 202 (2)
negative
Johnny Mercer
Forgiving uplifts the forgiver 204 (2)
John M. Templeton
The light of understanding dissolves the 206 (2)
phantom of fear
Ellie Harold
Only one thing is more powerful than learning 208 (4)
from experience, and that is not learning
from experience!
John M. Templeton
WEEK NINETEEN
Make yourself necessary to the world and 212 (1)
mankind will give you bread
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Happiness comes from spiritual wealth, not 213 (3)
material wealth
John M. Templeton
Thoughts held in mind produce after their kind 216 (2)
Charles Fillmore
Progress requires change 218 (2)
John M. Templeton
Fortune knocks at the door of those who are 220 (4)
prepared
WEEK TWENTY
A good reputation is more valuable than money 224 (2)
Publilius Syrus
To err is human, to forgive is divine 226 (2)
Alexander Pope
Never do anything that you'll have to punish 228 (2)
yourself for
Reverse the word evil and you have the word 230 (2)
live
Phinius P. Quimby
He who has a ``why'' for which to live, can 232 (4)
bear with almost any ``how''
Friedrich Nietzsche
WEEK TWENTY-ONE
All that we are is the result of what we have 236 (2)
thought
Buddha
Once a word has been allowed to escape, it 238 (3)
cannot be recalled
Wentworth Roscommon
You have the most powerful weapons on 241 (2)
earth---love and prayer
John M. Templeton
Remember, no one can make you feel inferior 243 (2)
without your consent
Eleanor Roosevelt
No person was ever honored for what he 245 (4)
received. Honor has been the reward for what
he gave
Calvin Coolidge
WEEK TWENTY-TWO
Material progress needs entrepreneurs 249 (2)
John M. Templeton
As you are active in blessing others, they 251 (2)
find their burdens easier to bear
John M. Templeton
Expect the best and your positive outlook 253 (2)
opens the door to opportunity
John M. Templeton
When anger reigns, negative consequences occur 255 (3)
Charles D. Lelly
The wise person looks within his heart and 258 (4)
finds eternal peace
Hindu proverb
WEEK TWENTY-THREE
Preparedness is a step to success 262 (3)
John M. Templeton
You are on the road to success if you realize 265 (2)
that failure is only a detour
Corrie Ten Boom
Thanksgiving leads to giving and forgiving, 267 (3)
and to spiritual growth
John M. Templeton
There is no difficulty that enough love will 270 (1)
not conquer
Emmet Fox
Self-control leads to success 271 (4)
John M. Templeton
WEEK TWENTY-FOUR
Your thoughts are like boomerangs 275 (2)
Eileen Caddy
You make yourself and others suffer just as 277 (2)
much when you take offense as when you give
offense
Ken Keyes
Little things mean a lot 279 (1)
Edith Linderman
To be upset over what you don't have is to 280 (2)
waste what you do have
Ken Keves
Honesty is the best policy 282 (5)
Miguel de Cervantes
WEEK TWENTY-FIVE
Your prayers can be answered by ``Yes,'' but 287 (2)
also by ``No,'' and by ``alternatives''
Ruth Stafford Peale
Healthy minds tend to cause healthy bodies, 289 (2)
and vice versa
John M. Templeton
Outward beauty is transient, but inner beauty 291 (2)
lasting
Seyyed Hossein Nasr
A happy person is not a person in a certain 293 (2)
set of circumstances, but rather a person
with a certain set of attitudes
Help yourself by helping others 295 (4)
John M. Templeton
WEEK TWENTY-SIX
You create your own reality 299 (2)
Jane Roberts
A task takes as long as there is time to do it 301 (2)
Parkinson's Law
Often, a pat on the back works better than a 303 (2)
kick in the pants
William Juneau
Give credit and help to all who have helped 305 (3)
you
John M. Templeton
Thoughts can crystallize into habit and habit 308 (4)
solidifies into circumstance
WEEK TWENTY-SEVEN
You can build your own heaven or hell on earth 312 (3)
John M. Templeton
A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh 315 (2)
word stirs up anger--Proverbs 15: 1
The pen is mightier than the sword 317 (3)
E. G. Bulwer-Lytton
Worry achieves nothing and wastes valuable 320 (2)
time
John M. Templeton
The greatness is not in me; I am in the 322 (4)
greatness
WEEK TWENTY-EIGHT
Laugh and the world laughs with you; weep and 326 (2)
you weep alone
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
If nothing is ventured, nothing is gained 328 (2)
Sir John Heywood
Honesty is the first chapter in the book of 330 (3)
wisdom
Thomas Jefferson
A man can fail many times, but he isn't a 333 (2)
failure until he begins to blame others
Ted Engstrom
A soul without a high aim is like a ship 335 (4)
without a rudder
Eileen Caddy
WEEK TWENTY-NINE
Joy provides assurance; envy brings loneliness 339 (2)
John M. Templeton
All sunshine makes a desert 341 (3)
Oriental Proverb
Whether you think you can or not, you are 344 (2)
right
Henry Ford
The mind can make a heaven into a hell, or a 346 (2)
hell into a heaven
John Milton
No man is free who is not master of himself 348 (4)
Epictetus
WEEK THIRTY
It is by forgetting self that one finds self 352 (2)
St. Francis
Leave no stone unturned 354 (2)
Euripides
What we focus on expands 356 (2)
Arnold Patent
As you think, so you are 358 (3)
Charles Fillmore
You choose the path you want to walk down 361 (4)
John M. Templeton
WEEK THIRTY-ONE
Destructive language tends to produce 365 (2)
destructive results
John M. Templeton
Success feeds on itself and creates more 367 (2)
success
John M. Templeton
Never put off until tomorrow what you can do 369 (2)
today

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