Monday, August 25, 2008


Dear Player,

God intended every individual to succeed. It is God's purpose that we should become great. It is God's will that we should not only use, but enjoy, every good in the universe. The Law of God denies man nothing.

We were born to be rich. The powers inherent in us are inexhaustible. Each normal person is endowed with a complete set of faculties which, if properly developed and scientifically applied, will insure success, ever-growing success.

We are made for progress. Everyone contains within themselves the capacity for endless development. Advancement into all things is the Law's great purpose. By learning to work with the Law in promoting that aim, we may build ourselves into greater and greater success.

All the processes of Nature are successful. Nature knows no failures. She never plans anything but success. She aims at results in every form and manner. To succeed in the best and fullest sense of the term we must, with Nature as our model, copy her methods. In her principles and laws we shall discover all the secrets of success.

Infinite resources are at our disposal. There are no limits to our possibilities. We can develop a wonderful intelligence; thus, all life's questions may be answered, all Nature's secrets discovered, and all human problems solved. Nothing is impossible.

Higher faculties, remarkable talents, superior insight, and greater power are dormant in all, and by special psychological methods, these exceptional elements can be developed to an extraordinary degree for actual and practical use. Every mind can develop greatness. It is simply a matter of knowing how. True self-help, self-discovery, self-knowledge, and the proper instruction in applying one's faculties and using one's forces will advance any person. Practice will insure efficiency; use will bring forth results. Success, therefore, is within the reach of every aspiring person.

Do you wish to succeed? You can. You possess all the essentials within yourself; all you need is to gain a right understanding of the principles and laws upon which success is based, and then to apply the right methods of operating these causes until success is earned.

Raymond Holliwell
From Working With The Law