Living Like Benjamin: Making Dreams Come True
Author House, 18. 1. 2007 - 232 strán (strany)
You can find your balance and the keys to success and enlightenment by implementing a plan of mind, body and spirit. Through the mastery of virtues we are ultimately able to master ourselves. This book provides a powerful framework that will liberate you to all the possibilities and magic in the world.
Dead Presidents, is ghetto-parlance for money. Benjamin Franklin is the only non-president to grace American paper currency. His face, on the highly prized $100, spawned the phrase, All about the Benjamins. As one of the first millionaires in American history, he felt establishing a virtuous life was the key to great success. He also knew that money was a tool; a sharp one.
This is a guide to take hold of those virtues and shape the course of your life. Franklin, in his great genius, focused on 13 virtues. He would work each of those virtues for seven days. He would go through the cycle four times a year, starting anew every 13 weeks. The coded-cycles help make our dreams come true.
Benjamin Franklins contributions continue to have a huge impact on our world. It is time to return back to wholeness, prosperity and goodness. It is our duty. When we start to focus on living more virtuous lifestyles, the hope for our lives and humanity grows greatly. When we chart our course, we move with power and love.
Capt. Brad Borden, USA (Ret.)
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Make no expense but to do good to others or yourself
Lose no time Be always employed in something useful
Use no hurtful deceit Think innocently and justly and if you speak speak accordingly
Wrong none by doing injuries or omitting the benefits that
Tolerate no uncleanness in body clothes or habitation
Be not disturbed at trifles or at accidents common 12 Chastity Rarely use venery but for health or offspring 13 Humility Imitate Jesus and Socrates
January 1 April 1
April 2 July 1
July 2 September 30
October 1 December 31
Proverbs King James Version
are your duty
Avoid extremes Forbear resenting injuries so much as you think they deserve