When we search the annuals of history we find that "great wisdom" in many instances come from our ancestors and fore-parents. They were the pioneers and trailblazers. They were destined to dare and dis-regard "the not to go" message; and went on anyway; to where no one had ever gone before. A void existed, it was a 'wilderness world' there were no trails, there were no roads. It was their quest to carve out that original trail for themselves and others, and also to leave a luminous path for all of us to follow. In regards to the 'Real Secret'; there is good news, and the good news is..."The moment you decide that what you know is more important than what you have been taught to believe; congratulations!! you will have shifted gears in your quest for abundance and to realize that success comes from within, not from without." Ralph Waldo Emerson 1803-1882. Key words to note is "Abundance and Success".
The opposite of abundance is, not enough, but inherit in Abundance is, "More Than Enough". If you have knowledge of anyone who have achieved a "measure of success"-then your innate wisdom tells you-many failures ensued before the plateau of success was experienced. We must not be anxious, there is such a thing as, "failing your way to the top". The struggles, the conflicts, the challenges; surely shall follow you in the quest to be accomplished, go on to be legendary, or even to attain the level of greatness.
Martin Luther King came to experience and know; of such a wilderness trail in the throes of civil the rights movement during the 60's all across America,and indeed the Nation and the World. President Kennedy, was uniquely aware of this; in his quest to become the first Roman Catholic Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America as he had the arduous task of dealing with Castro of Cuba-in the "bay of Pigs" incident In reflection, I am reminded of his now famous comment, "Its not what your country can do for you, but rather what you can do for your country". Winston Churchill the elder statesman from the United Kingdom of great Britain, he was bemused and articulate and very helpful during the War of the World Powers. His eloquent statesman efforts were noted when he was recognized by the Nobel Peace Prize leaders. I remember, my grandmother, better known as "Big Momma" in the Deep South during the Jim Crow era-an apressive