Obey the Laws

IN 350 BC, at a time when people believed in the gods of Mount Olympus and in luck, coincidences, and random acts of fate, Aristotle postulated his principle of causality. He said that there are no random events. There is a cause-and-effect relationship between everything that happens. Even if we do not know the causes, they do exist.

Everything that happens to you or for you in your life happens for specific causes, which lead to the effects that make up your life as it is today. If you want to change the effects, you must change the causes. If you want to change what you are getting out, you must change what you are putting in.

This Law of Cause and Effect is the foundation law of Western thought. This law underlies and is ...

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