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This book is pragmatical, not philosophical; a practical manual, not a treatise upon theories. It is intended for the men and women whose most pressing need is for money; who wish to get rich first, and philosophize afterward. It is for those who have, so far, found neither the time, the means, nor the opportunity to go deeply into the study of metaphysics, but who want results and who are willing to take the conclusions of science as a basis for action, without going into all the processes by which those conclusions were reached.
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There is a Science of getting rich, and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic. There are certain laws which govern the process of acquiring riches. Once these laws are learned and obeyed by any man, he will get rich with mathematical certainty.
Even before I finished reading this short book, a sense of great peace and clarity came over me. I no longer need to compete for what I want. I do not need to hurry to beat someone else to the prize. I do not need to worry that there will not be enough for me or for anyone else. The truth was plain and simple: if I follow the simple methods taught by Mr. Wattles, I will be able to create the life that I want. And this is exactly what has been happening in my life from that moment up to the present day. My business has grown both financially and in terms of its worldwide reach. I am more confident in my abilities. My relationships are stronger, and new relationships have been birthed through ways I never foresaw. Simply stated, by applying the principles taught in this book, I am getting rich!
The 52-year-old churchgoer who believes that getting rich is unnecessary and immoral, a 31-year-old construction worker who wants to make more money, and anyone interested in living with more freedom and abundance.
The history of money-getting, which is commerce, is a history of civilization, and wherever trade has flourished most, there, too, have art and science produced the noblest fruits. In fact, as a general thing, money-getters are the benefactors of our race. To them, in a great measure, are we indebted for our institutions of learning and of art, our academies, colleges and churches. It is no argument against the desire for, or the possession of wealth, to say that there are sometimes misers who hoard money only for the sake of hoarding and who have no higher aspiration than to grasp everything which comes within their reach. As we have sometimes hypocrites in religion, and demagogues in politics, so there are occasionally misers among money-getters. These, however, are only exceptions to the general rule. But when, in this country, we find such a nuisance and stumbling block as a miser, we remember with gratitude that in America we have no laws of primogeniture, and that in the due course of nature the time will come when the hoarded dust will be scattered for the benefit of mankind. To all men and women, therefore, do I conscientiously say, make money honestly, and not otherwise, for Shakespeare has truly said, "He that wants money, means, and content, is without three good friends."
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