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  • ISBN: 9781620116531 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 1620116537 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Publisher: [S.l] : Duke Classics, 2012.

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Just as the sun acts through a sheet of glass so the Law of Attraction acts through the conventionalities of a race. Whatever comes together is drawn together by the Law. Whatever is held together is held by that same Law of Attraction. This is just as true in unhappy marriages as in happy ones. If two people are distinctly enough individualized; that is, if they understand and command themselves sufficiently; their attraction and marriage will bring to them only pleasure. If they are not distinctly enough individualized there will be a monkey-and-parrot experience whilst they are working out the wisdom for which they were attracted. The Law of Attraction draws people together that they may learn. There is but one Life, which is growth in wisdom and knowledge. There is but one Death, which is refusal to learn.
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Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (OverDrive viewed, June 13, 2012).
Subject: Marriage
Families
Genre: Electronic books.
Summary: Just as the sun acts through a sheet of glass so the Law of Attraction acts through the conventionalities of a race. Whatever comes together is drawn together by the Law. Whatever is held together is held by that same Law of Attraction. This is just as true in unhappy marriages as in happy ones. If two people are distinctly enough individualized; that is, if they understand and command themselves sufficiently; their attraction and marriage will bring to them only pleasure. If they are not distinctly enough individualized there will be a monkey-and-parrot experience whilst they are working out the wisdom for which they were attracted. The Law of Attraction draws people together that they may learn. There is but one Life, which is growth in wisdom and knowledge. There is but one Death, which is refusal to learn.
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