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$8.95 USD
Square One Publishers
5.5 X 8.5 in
144 pg

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One of the first great modern writers of motivational and inspirational books, James Allen has influenced millions around the world through his classic work As a Man Thinketh. In the same way, As a Man Does: Morning and Evening Thoughts presents beautiful and insightful meditations to feed the mind and soul. In each of the sixty-two meditations—one for each morning and evening of the month—Allen offers both the force of truth and the blessing of comfort. The meditations presented in As a Man Doesare spiritual jewels of wisdom, reflecting the deepest experiences of the heart. As a book, its mission is simple: To lift the soul of its reader—"in the hours of work and leisure, in the days of joy and sorrow, in the sunshine and in the cloud." Whether you are familiar with the writings of James Allen or you have yet to read any of his stirring books, this beautiful volume is sure to move you, console you, and inspire you—every morning and every evening of your life.

James Allen
Author Bio

James Allen was born in Leicester, England, in 1864. After the unexpected death of his father, he left school at age fifteen in order to help support his family. For the next twenty-three years, Allen worked, read, and observed the world around him. At age thirty-eight, he wrote From Poverty to Power, one of the first motivational books. His next book, As a ManThinketh, established his reputation as an inspirational writer. Although his writing career lasted only ten years, until his death in 1912, Allen produced twenty titles, which continue to motivate and inspire.

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Morning and Evening Thoughts         


About the Author       

Introduction or preface


I send forth this little book, knowing it cannot fail on its mission—knowing it is alive because it has been lived; and am confident that those who use it for daily medication, must feel its power, and realize its blessing, because it is the actual experience of an individual life.

Lily L. Allen