Secret of the Ages - PART V, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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PART V, Chapter 14 Summary and Analysis

Part Five introduces Secret Number Five: Creative Imagination bringing Financial Rewards. Chapter Fourteen is the first of nine chapters in this division and is specifically directed toward the Master Mind.

The ability to imagine, of all human abilities, is the most God-like that man possesses, the closest that man can come to Divinity. The rationale behind this belief is that when God creates man, He first "imagined" man, and that is the way everything that an individual wants must first be imagined with a mental image. Picture it, imagine it, believe it to the point that it is all that is in one's mind. That is how to get out of the rut that most men know to be their lives. Collier uses as an example the Apostles as uneducated men who accomplished work that is still...

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