Good thoughts are spiritual elevators. If you
cannot furnish your own elevators, read good books that accomplish
this purpose. Read books written by those with clear
vision. Often some good uplifting thought will give you just
the added power to turn pending defeat to victory. The
preceding chapters in this book contain enough truth and
inspiration to remove you from Lonesomehurst on the shores of Lake
Despondency to a palace on Fifth Avenue if that is your desire.
The author herewith gives a list of well-known
writers and some of their books, all of which are spiritual
elevators, and will be helpful to those in quest of victory over
Fenwick L Holmes is a well-known teacher of these
vital truths. His books, "Being and Becoming,"
"How to Develop the Faith That Heals," and many others
are recommended. His brother, Ernest S. Holmes, has written
two books that are spiritual elevators --"Creative Mind"
and "Creative Mind and Success." Emile Cady's
lessons in truth are highly inspirational. Dr. John Murray
at the Hotel Waldorf, New York, is doing great good. Orison
Swett Marden's books are a remarkable battery of uplifting
thoughts. Millions have read Mr. Marden's books, for they
have been translated into many languages. Chas. F. Haanel's
"Master Key" is a key indeed to this new philosophy.
"The Pathway of Roses" by Christian D.
Larsan makes life's pathway more beautiful for those who read it.
Elizabeth Town of Holyoke has written any number
of helpful books, and "The Nautilus" edited by this
gifted woman has a wide circulation. Dr. Frank Crane's books
and writings are a distinctive force in the world for good.
Dr. A. A. Lindsay's "New Psychology" is
a wonderfully interesting book. t extends to every phase of human
life and opens up many new avenues of thought.
The mere mention of names and books is inspiring
even though we cannot here detail the splendid achievement of the
authors. Among them may be mentioned: Ralph Waldo
Trime, with his books, "In Tune with the Infinite" and
other; Dr. Julia Seaton; Joseph Perry Green; Nona L. Brooks; Annie
Rix Millets, who edits "The Master Mind"; Henry Victor
Morgan, editor of "The Master Christian"; R. C. Douglas;
Emma Curtis Hopkins; George Wharton James; Edgar Lucian Larkin;
Edwin Markham; and John Herman Randall.
All these authors and books, with many others, are
the spiritual elevators of the race.
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