Lord’s prayer – hidden message

Do not worry.

“Do not worry about the past and future. What is important is today. ACT NOW. You can only influence the future by what you do in the present.”

We all know these things, but it is easier said than done.

But if you are a devout Christian, do we know there is a powerful line in the Lord’s Prayer (Our Father) that we often neglect, but if we started to recognize it, it will dramatically cast away our worries, doubt and fears?

It is this line:

“Give us this day our daily bread,” as the prayer stated.

Again, I will emphasize the keywords in capital letters.

“Give us THIS DAY our DAILY bread.”

The prayer only asks for today’s bread. Not weekly bread. Not monthly bread. Not even tomorrow’s bread!

We don’t say, “God, give us this day our bread for the whole week, because there might be a famine, or maybe I will lose my job.”

That line only shows us that today’s bread is the bread which we must truly concerned about. What is important is today. We don’t need to worry about tomorrow.

“Tomorrow will worry about itself,” as Jesus said.

Praying without ceasing

Let me share some of my insights when it comes to people who just “know” God if only they have a wish, who remember God only if they are praying. And when they finished praying, they cut all connections to Him.

I started to notice these traits to majority of self-proclaimed religious Filipinos since I was in first year college ten years ago. They remember God only on Sabbath Day, or when it is about Christmas time. Many invited me to attend Missa de Gallo, a series of 9 midnight masses before December 25. But as an atheist at that time, I replied to these people, “You just praise God when it is only Christmas season? You will give an effort to rise from bed at 4am just to go to church, but on the previous Sundays you did not went to church? How come? Is it just because there are more pretty girls around at that Missa de Gallo mass and you want to just “spot” them, and not remember to praise God?”

(In my future blog I will share my story of from being an “atheist-on-purpose” to coming back to God.)

Now fast forward to the recent time, it was February 18 this year, Ash Wednesday here in the Philippines. Same story: I noticed some people who I knew did not regularly remember God, but because they saw that other people have a charcoal cross mark on their foreheads, and they just wanted to become “in”, so they went to church so they can post something to Facebook that they had just remembered God. Seriously? Just for the sake of it?

So I kind of post something to Facebook to “counterpunch” these people:


English translation:

“We cannot impress God if we just only set aside some time for Him, e.g. we will become believers only when it is Ash Wednesay, or only when Misa de Gallo during Christmas season, or only when the Pope arrives, or only Sundays – then forget God during the rest of the days? It is not like that!!!!”

I know, who am I to criticize other people? I know I’m not perfect, but I just want to increase their awareness, that what they are doing is wrong. We must remember God all the time. All the time! It is like we are praying without ceasing.

Think and Grow Rich summary

I am working on to tweet book summaries in order for most of us to get quickly inspired, and for that, everybody can share a certain book’s concepts to a worldwide audiences.

The first one was a summary of  the book The Science of Getting Rich, a book that was the major inspiration of the film and the book The Secret.

As for my second project, I summarized one of the greatest book of all time, Think And Grow Rich. The book sold 70 million copies worldwide since it was published in 1937, during the Great Depression. The author was inspired by a suggestion from Andrew Carnegie, a “rags-to-riches” multi-millionaire businessman.


Let’s get started:

Publisher’s preface

Author’s preface

Chapter 1 — Introduction

Chapter 2 — Desire: The Turning Point of All Achievement

Chapter 3 — Faith: Visualization of , and Belief in Attainment of Desire

Chapter 4 — Auto-Suggestion: The Medium for Influencing the Subconscious Mind

Chapter 5 — Specialized Knowledge: Personal Experiences or Observation

Chapter 6 — Imagination: The Workshop of the Mind

Chapter 7 — Organized Planning: the Crystallization of Desire into Action

Chapter 8 — Decision: The Mastery of Procrastination

Chapter 9 — Persistence: The Sustained Effort Necessary to Induce Faith

Chapter 10 — Power of the Master Mind: The Driving Force

Chapter 11 — The Mystery of Sex Transmutation

Chapter 12 — The Subconscious Mind: The Connecting Link

Chapter 13 — The Brain: A Broadcasting and Receiving Station for Thought

Chapter 14 — The Sixth Sense: The Door to the Temple of Wisdom

Chapter 15 — How to Outwit the Six Ghost of Fear

Mga nakatagong senyales na ikaw ay isang mahirap

Poverty is a disease. A pandemic disease. For example, the dreaded disease: cancer. We must know the underlying causes of cancer. And of course, to treat that disease, we must first know that you have the disease. We must be aware of its symptoms. Many symptoms are obvious. But some, the deadliest one, are asymptomatic – meaning, we don’t feel the disease, there are no signs and symptoms, we’re not aware; but we manifest the disease already and the condition is worsening.

For that analogy, you cannot achieve financial literacy if you don’t have complete awareness of yourself, especially if you are not aware of the hidden signs and symptoms of poverty.

Ok, enough for the introduction (and the serious tone of this article.)

For this writing, I will write it in my native language (Filipino) and I intended to write it in a humorous way. I had chosen to do so, so every Filipino can easily get entertained and understand this article; because I observed many Filipinos are “asymptomatic”. My first concern is for my fellow countrymen. And all I really wanted is to increase their awareness.

Ito na talaga, “wala ng madaming palabok.”

Para sa listahan:

  • 1. Pumipila ka ng mahaba sa ATM pag araw na ng sahod.

Malalaman na natin agad na araw na ng 15 at 30 dahil sobrang mahahalata mo na pag nasa labas ka, lalo na sa mall, at sa trapik ng mga lansangan sa Maynila, at mas lalo na sa haba ng mga pumipila sa ATM machine.

Magwiwithdraw ka kahit pa yung pila sa ATM ay kasing haba ng pila sa Wowowee, o pila sa pagkuha ng NBI clearance. Kasi, naubos na kaagad ang pera mo ilang araw pa lang bago ang payday, kaya pagpatak ng araw ng sahod, dali-daling pumipila sa ATM para makakuha ng pera.

O kaya pag wala naman sa iyo ang ATM mo – nasa pamamalaga ni Misis, o kaya mas malala, nasa-sanglaan ng ATM card – isa ka sa mga interesado sa sagot sa Frequently Asked Questions pag payday na: “May sahod na ba?” O kaya, “May pumasok na ba na pera sa ATM?”

At ang masama pa diyan, yung winiwithdraw mong pera sa ATM nung araw ng sweldo, ipinangbabayad mo lang kaagad sa utang kasi naubos na ang pera mo ilang araw bago pa yung araw ng sahod. (Aray!) Ano kaya ang pinag-gagawa mo sa pera mo? “Pinapa-ikot” mo ba, in a bad way?

atm long queue philippines
Photo via Mark Obusan http://www.flickr.com/photos/53340366@N02/10390167993



  • 2. “Pag nanalo ako sa lotto” mentality

“Pag nanalo ako sa lotto, bibili ako ng sariling mansyon ko. Tapos magbabaksyon muna ako sa France. Pag balik ko, bibili ako ng sports car, yung red. Tapos mag-gogolf ako ng may madaming gwardiya, baka kasi makidnap ako.”

Tapos ang reply sa iyo ng kausap mong kontra-bida, “Paano ka mananalo? E hindi ka naman tumataya!”

Pero pag nalaman niya na tumaya ka na, kakampi mo na siya, at sasabihin, “Pre, balatuan mo na lang ako pag nanalo ka ha!” Hahaha.

Sabi nga ng bandang Kamikazee, “Libre lang mangarap, managinip ka habang gising.” Habang gising, hindi habang tulog!

Kaya ito, literal na gising na gising ang karamihan, pag may “lotto craze” (yun yung pag mataas na ang jackpot).
Tapos gising na gising yung mga nakapila, makikita mo sa mukha nila na sabik na sila manalo, parang “woooooow, sana ako na ang susunod na magiging instant milyonaryo.”

Alam mo ba na kahit hindi pa uso ang lotto noon, may sinabi na ang Diyos patungkol dito? Ang sabi sa Bibliya, sa Proverbs 13:11, “Wealth gained hastily will dwindle, but whoever gathers it little by little will increase it.”

Totoo ito! Madami ng jumackpot sa lotto ang naghihirap din pagkatapos lang ng ilang buwan at taon? Instant yaman e. Walang pinagkaiba ito sa mga dating boksingero o artista o NBA player na mababalitaan mo na lang na naghirap bigla.

Kahit sabihin mo pa na, “Pag nanalo ako sa lotto, uunahin ko ang mag-donate ng 10% ng mapapanalunan ko para sa church.”


  • 3. Sobrang maluho na wala sa lugar

“Ubos ubos biyaya, pagkatapos ay nakatunganga.”

“OK lang basta nasa uso.”

May mga tao na dapat silang laging “in” — may laging latest model ng iPhone o Samsung Galaxy — pero pag may emergency na walang mailalabas na pera. O baka para sa kanila, emergency ang pagkakaroon ng sale sa mall. (Oops! Natatamaan ako.)

Ok lang naman na bumili ka ng magagarbong gamit, lalo na kung “pitik” lang yun sa dami mong pera, at alam mong madali lang bawiin iyong ginastos mo (as in madali). Ang hindi lang maganda ay bili ka ng bili ng latest na gadgets o sapatos o magagarbong damit o kung ano-ano pa, pero wala ka namang emergency funds (yung totoong emergency funds ha!)

Ang mas masama, inutang mo lang naman yung pangbili mo. Bugtong bugtong hulaan niyo: “easier to swipe, harder to pay.” Tapos sabay biglang titipirin yung pagkain, o kaya nagpromissory note yung anak kasi kulang pangbayad ng tuition. Sabi nila, “your cellphone reflects who you are.” Sauce. Marketing strategy lang ito ng mga manufacturer ng cellphone. Hindi ka naman magiging mayaman sa ginagawa mo — mayabang pwede pa!

You know what’s cool? Pansinin mo yung ibang totoong mayayaman na tao diyan, hindi naman maluho, yung lumang Nokia pa rin yung gamit (basta nakakatext at tawag, pwede na). Eto kilala nyo:

jaime zobel de ayala nokia cellphone

Yan ang totoong angas!

Kaya nga sila yumaman, kasi disiplinado, at hindi sila maluho. Sabi nga ni Boy Abunda, “proud to be kuripot!”

  • 4. Pa-bonggang lifestyle

Sa picture sa ibaba, sa palagay niyo, sino sa dalawa ang may mas mataas na net worth?

higher net worth - rich or poor


Kahit karamihan hindi alam ang ibig sabihin ng salitang “net worth”, obvious naman ang sagot e: siyempre yung letter A. Pero maaaring mali tayo.

Madaming tao ang nagpapa-bonngga lang, mayaman kung tignan, yun pala marami rin palang utang. Negative net worth. Yung taong grasa, kahit walang assets, wala rin naman liabalities, so therefore, zero ang net worth niya — at least hindi negative! So technically, mas lamang siya sa iyo! Nagulat ka noh?

Walang problema sa bonggang lifestyle, kung talagang mayaman ka! Yung mga madalas naiinis kay Mommy Dionisa Pacquaio dahil sa mga bagong designer bag at “pa-ballroom-ballroom-na-lang” lifestyle niya, well, tanggapin niyo na na inggit lang kayo, dahil siya, madaming pera!

Etong bonggang lifestyle na tinutukoy ko ay kakambal ng pagiging maluho. Ikaw ba yung tipong “social climber” kung tawagin? Starbucks ng starbucks, gimik ng gimik, party ng party — pero uuwi rin naman na naka-jeep, makikipag-siksikan sa MRT at makikita mo rin sa sarili mo yung ibang signs ng pagiging mahirap na nakalista dito. Tapos habang umuuwi na, kakantahin ang kanta ng Yano, “Tapos na ang saya, balik sa problema.”

Tapos idadahilan nila, “YOLO!” Ewan ko kung ano meron sa expression na “You Only Lived Once.” Totoo nga, pero, hindi dapat ito maging “scapegoat” para i-justify natin ang mga alam naman natin na hindi tamang mga ginagawa natin.

Madami diyan isang kahig, isang tuka, kahit pa nakapambihis mayaman, kahit nagtatrabaho ka pa sa Ortigas Center, o sa Libis, o sa Ayala, o Bonifacio Global City. Hindi sila nalalayo sa mga blue-collar na workers. Ang napapansin ko, at least karamihan ng mga blue collar workers ay responsable sila para sa pamilya nila, katulad ng mga construction workers; kaysa naman sa mga taong nagyoyosi sa paligid-ligid, ikakalat ang cigarette butts sa gutter ng sidewalk, ifa-flash ang kanilang magarbong cellphone, at makikipag-usap sa kabilang linya gamit ang “fake accent.” (222 lang naman ang kausap, hahaha.)

Baka nga mas mayaman pa ang katulong e. Kasi may naiipon. Pag-aralan ang mga pictues  na ito:

boom panesempleyado vs inday

Sabihin na natin na medyo pilosopo ang mga illustrations na nasa taas, pero may sense naman, diba?





  • 5. Utang ng utang

Ang sagot sa bugtong sa itaas na “easier to swipe, harder to pay”, ay Credit Card.

Ito, nauna nang madalas kong banggitin ang about sa utang. Ok lang kung good debt, lalo na sa negosyo: iyon yung alam mo na maibabalik ang kapital, mababayaran mo ang utang mo, plus may tubo ka pa. Ang bad debt: Kung hindi macontrol na mangutang ng mangutang, o i-manage ang pinagkaka-utangan, nahirapan ka bayaran na ang naiisip mong solusyon is magtago na lang, something is wrong.

May kakilala ka ba na kapag nangungutang siya ay ang bait bait, pero pag siya na ay sisingilin mo na, siya pa ang galit! Sasabihin niya, “Badtrip ka naman pare e! Ngayon ka pa maniningil! Kita mo ng hirap pa ko sa pera e!”

Kung dati, yung may utang ang hindi “nakakatulog”, ngayon iba na: yung nagpa-utang ang hindi na makakatulog dahil hindi makasingil.

Masakit sa kalooban ang nakakakita ako ng ating mga kababayan na baon sa utang, lalo na sa 5-6, na parang ang tanging binabayaran lang nila ay yung interes.

Ok na yun, basta may bagong LCD TV, at Android na cellphone. (Sarcastic mode)


  • 6. Umaasa ka pa sa mga magulang mo kahit tumatanda ka na. At para sa mga matatanda na (mga retirado), umaasa ka naman sa anak mo.

“If you are born poor, it’s not your fault. But if you die poor, it’s your fault.” – Bill Gates

Nakakalungkot pagmasdan pag may nakikita tayong mga matatandang tao na patuloy pa rin sila nagtatrabaho — lalo na yung manual labor: mga jeepney drivers, nagbebenta ng kung ano-ano sa lansangan, etc. Tapos aabutin pa ng hating gabi dahil kailangan para mabuhay lang sila. Nakaka-awa.

I know the Lord will bless them in the afterlife. “Blessed are the poor, for theirs is the Kingdom of God.”

Saludo ako sa mga taong kahit matatanda na, ay patuloy na nagta-trabaho, dahil sila ay napaka-responsable.

Kaso lang, ito, mahirap man sabihin ito: pero in a way, responsable din naman sila kung bakit humantong silang ganon. Marahil dahil hindi nila napaghandaan ang kanilang kinabukasan, o ang retirement. O marahil ang mindset nila, “aasa na lang ako na ‘ambunan’ ako ng mga anak ko, tutal pinalaki ko naman sila. May utang na loob naman sila sakin.”

Hindi ko alam kung anong mali sa mindset nilang ito, lalo na sa mga Pilipino. Close family ties? Hindi e. Basta may mali, pasensya na kung hindi ko lang mapaliwanag, at inaamin ko yun. (Pero aalamin ko iyon!)

Ang alam ko ito ang malinaw na mali: Malaki ka na, kaya mo na magtrabaho, o minsan may trabaho na nga e, kaso umaasa ka pa rin sa magulang mo. “Palamunin” ka pa nila. O kaya “mayaman naman si Papa.” Pag hindi napagbigyan ang kagustuhan mo, ikaw pa ang may ganang magalit. Ano ka bata? Bakit hindi mo pagsikapan sa sarili mo ang mga bagay na iyong kagustuhan?


  • 7. Reklamo ng reklamo

Pakiramdam ng mga mahihirap ay biktima sila ng sirkumstansya —  ng dahil nakatira sa squatters’ area, ng dahil hindi nakapagtapos ng pag-aaral, etc. At ang paborito ng lahat: ng dahil sa kasalukuyang gobyerno.

“Kasalanan nanaman ni PNoy ito!”

Bakit may ibang yumayaman naman sa panahon ni PNoy e?

“Edi, kasalanan ni Gloria, Binay, Erap, ”

Bakit sila Henry Sy, sama mo na yung may-ari ng Jollibee na si Tony Tan Caktiong, yumayaman. E pare-pareho lang naman tayong set ng mga naging at kasalukuyang politiko e.

“E intsik sila e. . . E sira kasi MRT e. . . E hindi kasi ako year of the Dragon e. . . E kasi yung kapitbahay namin kasi videoke ng videoke e. . .”

Ang dami mong dahilan! Lahat sinisi mo. Reklamo ng reklamo.

Bakit hindi ka na lang magpasalamat? Buti nga may pang internet ka, nasa harap ka ng computer o kaya may hawak ka na gadget at nababasa mo itong blog. Buti nga nakakakain ka pa sa hapag-kainan. . . Madaming bagay ang dapat natin pasalamatan, pero pinipili pa natin magreklamo ng reklamo. Isipin mo ikaw ang Diyos, sinong mas bibiyayaan mo: yung taong laging nagrereklamo o yung taong laging nagpapasalamat?

Hindi dahil sa iyong kasalukuyang sirkumstansya kung bakit na-impluwensyahan ang pag-iisip mo; kundi dahil sa iyong kasalukuyang pag-iisip kung bakit na-iimpluwensiyahan mo ang sirkumstansya mo.


  • 8. Binabasa mo itong blog na ito

Hahaha. Ito ang twist sa article na ito. Nagbabaka-sakaling may isang “asymptomatic” signs ng poverty ka, at gusto mo itong malaman, kaya umabot ka sa puntong ito. Hahaha. Salamat sa pagbabasa, pero sorry.

Kung alam mo naman sa sarili mo na totoong mayaman ka, hindi ka naman magiging interesado sa article na ito at the first place, (unless na lang kung gusto mo makatulong sa mga mahihirap).

Pero para sa akin, hindi naman natin kasi kailangan alamin kung paano nagiging mahirap ang mga mahihirap. Paano pa kaya yung senyales ng pagiging mahirap. Bakit may magagawa ba tayo?

Alam ko na para maunawaan natin ang isang bagay, kailangan may kahit na ka-onting idea kung ano ang opposite nito. For example, kagandahan o beauty. Para ma-appreciate natin ang kagandahan, dapat alam natin kung ano ang panget. Ganoon din sa pagiging mayaman, dapat natin alamin kung ano ang pagiging mahirap. Ganito umiikot ang mundo sa simula’t sapul. Mabuti sana kung puro kagandahan at kayamanan lang ang meron sa mundo. Mga kagandahan lang ang ipinakilala sa atin. Pero hindi e.

Siguro kinontradict ko yung sinabi ko sa simula na “we must know the underlying cause of the disease.” Pero hindi na natin kailangan halukayin pa ang puno’t dulo ng kahirapan. Alam natin sa sarili natin ang puno’t dulo, kung magmumuni muni tayo. Alam natin yun sa sarili natin, at hindi sa iba. Oo nga may magagandang turo ang iba, pero na sa atin pa rin mga kamay ang ating ikakaunlad.

E pano pa kaya kung “mali” pa ang turo ng iba? Ang tendency sisisihin mo sila, kaya mali.

Ang concern natin ay ang gamot sa kahirapan. Ang concern natin ay ang solusyon sa kahirapan. At para masolusyonan ang kahirapan, kailangan magsimula muna tayo sa sarili natin para pagyamanin ito. Walk the talk.

Ang concern natin is i-appreciate ang mga magagandang bagay. Ang buhay ay maganda.

Paki-alaman muna natin ang sarili natin bago ang iba. Yun ang malaking bagay na pwede natin maitulong sa Diyos. At nang natulungan na natin ang ating sarili, saka tayo magbigay sa kapwa, mas maganda na ikaw ang maging inspirasyon sa iba. Hindi mo naman kaya ibigay ang isang bagay kung ikaw mismo ay wala nito.

Marahil ay naging judgmental ako. Pero sinulat ko ang article na ito para “Just for the sake of conversation lang,” kaya ko naisipan i-post ang aking saloobin. At hinihikayat ko ang lahat na magkumento ng kaniya kaniyang opinyon.

Respetuhin na lang natin ang mga kumento ng isa’t isa. Maraming salamat sa pagbabasa.


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Banal na Aso, Santong Kabayo — a Biblical significance of one of the most satirical Filipino song.

“Banal na Aso, Santong Kabayo” is a song by the Filipino folk-punk-alternative band Yano. The English translation of this song is Holy Dog, Saintly Horse. It is arguably one of the greatest Original Pilipino Music (OPM as we called it) songs of all time.

To testify its greatness: even though this song is 20 years ago when it was released, the song got recently covers from numerous artists — artists that are distinct in musical style — from the worldwide viral performance of the comedic yet talented Big Mouth at the show Pilipinas Got Talent, to female rocker Yeng Constantino, to the acclaimed performance of Shaira and Tanya at The Voice Philippines, and to the reggae rendition of Kokoi Baldo.

I can say all Filipinos have certain respect to this song, except those who are in various religious sects. They accused that this song was inspired from the devil. At the time it was a hit, they hurl all kinds of “insults” against this song, including blasphemy, and a devil’s subliminal message when “back masked”  to desensitize the song’s meaning — but this kind of attacks had just perpetuated the song’s sense.

The song is brilliantly written to attack religious hypocrites — hypocrites that are “masked” as a God-fearing person. Hypocrites that preach the Lord’s teachings, but neglect to follow the teachings for themselves.

For the first verse: The narrator tells a story of a woman is praying with eyes closed in public (in a passenger jeep as the lyrics say.) And then, she commanded the jeep driver to stop the jeep so she can get dropped off at the convent. But the jeep driver differ and replied, “at the right unloading area only, or else I’ll be caught by the police.” Then the woman got mad to this and began cursing!

Jesus said:

Matthew 6:5 – 6:6

“When you pray, you shall not be like hypocrites – for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the corners of the streets, that they may be seen by men. . .When you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.”

And for the second verse, a man preaches the name of the Lord on a street. A beggar boy goes near him and asked for alms. Eveytime the boy insisted, the preaching man refuses. Eventually, the man transferred to a location somewhere else wherein he can get rid of that beggar boy.

Jesus said:

Matthew 7:21

“Not eveyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven.”

And for the post instrumental “hypnotizing” solo: the Golden Rule.

Matthew 7:

“Therefore, whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.”

I am not sure if Dong Abay, the lead vocal and composer of the band Yano, intended to make satirical stories inspired from the Bible for the lyrics. Or maybe this is just his plain observations on his surroundings. I repeat, this song was released 20 years ago from the date of this writing, but the lyrics are still relevant today, and will always be.

All we can do, because of this song and its Bible significance, is to be aware not to be like religious hypocrites.

But for the moment, let us listen again to this great song and feel sentient to its meaning. And after we did, we can go back to listen to songs of today that is full of meaningless messages that promotes drugs, alcohol, and sex.

Do we need to obey our parents all the time? What if they will just cause you harm?

Love and honor your parents, and obey them.

We all know this is one of the essential commandments of the Lord. But how do you obey them if you know your parents will just cause bad influences to you?

Ephesians 6:1 (New King James Version):

“Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right.”

I will emphasize this, God said the phrase parents in the Lord. “Parents in the Lord” — it means parents who are God-fearing, parents who follow God’s Law; and not parents who are drunkards! Not parents who are murderers, killers, thieves, whiners, naggers, adulterers, drug addicts (and the list goes on and on.)

And for parents:

Ephesians 6:4 (New King James Version):

“And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord.”

Parents must be responsible in bringing their children to follow God’s Law. Set a good example to the children so they will become responsible also for themselves and the others. And, for that, they will also  pass that good virtue to the upcoming generations and this world will be a better place to live.

The Science of Getting Rich – Summary

I am working on to tweet book summaries in order for most of us to get quickly inspired, and for that, everybody can share a certain book’s concepts to a worldwide audiences.

For my first project, I summarized the classic book “The Science of Getting Rich”, by Wallace D. Wattles. I had chosen to do a summary of this timeless book because this is my basis for my great wealth attraction. I’m looking forward to share to you the principles to which I always give credit for.

The book consists of 17 chapters. You can read all the chapters below, in brief and “twitter” style, so you will get a quick preview of what the book is all about.

And for the last chapter, the summary of all summaries:

If you like what you had quickly learned and want to get a full experience, I recommend you to get this book, either by buying a hard-copy of it, or by downloading it. I am sure you will not regret it.

And also, you can follow my twitter account for the latest updates.