Not long ago a young man who was greatly depressed because he could not get on in the world, asked me what I thought the trouble was.
He said he had always worked hard, but did not seem to make any headway.
About all he could do was to earn a bare living.
Everything appeared to go against him.
Fate, he complained, seemed determined to keep him down, no matter how hard he might struggle against it, and he was doomed to be poor, to be a nobody.
He believed that hard luck, poverty and failure were family traits; for his father and grandfather, he said, were hard workers too, but they could never get on, never get away from poverty, and he didn’t expect he ever would either.
Another, an older man, who sought my advice in a similar difficulty, lamented the fearful inequality of human conditions, and railed against his luck and the injustice of fate. “I work early and late, Sundays and holidays,” he said, “and haven’t taken a vacation for years.
I have been struggling and striving and pushing to make my way in the world since I was a boy, and here I am past fifty and have never succeeded in anything yet.
Now there is something wrong somewhere in society when such persistence and such constant efforts do not enable one to get anywhere or to rise to any position worthwhile.”
These illustrations have a common denominator in common
Achievement is only achieved
Helping others to satisfaction starts like this
In helping others to attain success
Your success will be two-fold
Success in life is achieved helping each other
Your success is pledge
It’s called the Law of Attraction