“Spectacular worldly success which comes early in life may incline a person toward explanations involving fate, special destiny, or Divine favor; later worldly success may be more often attributed to will power, ambition, or personal habits. Little or no worldly success at either time, however, may just mean that a person has more leisure to reflect about better subjects.”—General Theosophy

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Comment by Hari Menon on August 30, 2012 at 1:54am

Very thought provoking Richard - thank you

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