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One of the First Books to Demonstrate the Power of Positive Thoughts

Fresh with contemporary relevance, this classic of positive thinking from one of the world's greatest motivational writers offers stirring insights on self-transformation. Based on Emmet Fox's simple message that “thoughts are things” and all potential rests in their creative and constructive use, these thirty-one inspiring essays show how to have it all—health, success, happiness, and a liberated spirit—through the power of constructive thought. First published in 1940, Power Through Constructive Thinking has been a never-failing source of strength and renewal for generations of readers.

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ISBN: 9780062010629
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