Never has there been a time in the history of our planet when we need answers to straighten out troubles like we do now, when all of its people have been more in need of a different tune then the troubled, divisive songs being sung now.
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MKE Shines the Light on Answers to Straighten Out Troubles
To answer what we have been missing, the Master Key Experience (MKE), with its 6-month life-changing program, prides itself on being able to create self-directed thinking infused with unshakable “positive mental attitude.” It fully offers answers to straighten out troubles whether they are your own, or belong to many.
If enough of us adopted these two qualities alone, it might be just enough to straighten out the world’s troubles!
In the Science of Being Great, Wallace Wattles states that what we are dealing with today, any fear or anxiety, will be replaced by strength, power, love, and harmony, but there is mental work involved:
This must be your point of view. That the world and all it contains is perfect, though not completed….it is of human society and government. What though there are trusts and combinations of capital and strikes and lockouts and so on. All these things are part of the forward movement; they are incidental to the evolutionary process of completing society. When it is complete there will be harmony; but it cannot be completed without them.Wallace Wattles
Holding The Vision
Faith, forgiveness, gratitude, and love arriving in large enough measure will assist, he says, and what Wattles says will happen, should happen naturally.
If we do not live in the light, if we don’t seek or engage in answers to straighten out troubles, it’s easy to get caught up on the wrong side of what Charles Haanel, author of the Master Key System, uses Emerson and Carlyle to delineate:
Thought results in action. If your thought is constructive and harmonious, the result will be good; if your thought is destructive or inharmonious, the result will be evil… The importance of this is well illustrated in the lives of Emerson and Carlyle. Emerson loved the good and his life was a symphony of peace and harmony, Carlyle hated the bad, and his life was a record of perpetual discord and inharmony.Charles Haanel
And he continues:
Here we have two grand men, each intent upon achieving the same ideal, but one makes use of constructive thought and is therefore in harmony with Natural Law, the other makes use of destructive thought and therefore brings upon himself discord of every kind and character. It is evident therefore that we are to hate nothing, not even the “bad,” because hatred is destructive, and we shall soon find that by entertaining destructive thought we are sowing the “wind” and in turn shall reap the “whirlwind.”Charles Haanel
Time to get out there and do the work! Yes, we can find those answers to straighten out troubles. Join Mark J and MKE and me to create the future we desire.