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Today’s day 27 of the Philosophers Notes Challenge, and we’ll be studying perhaps one of the best pocket-sized books of wisdom ever written: The Man Who Tapped The Secrets of The Universe by Glenn Clark.
“Joy and happiness are the indicators of balance in a human machine… An inner joyousness, amounting to ecstasy, is the normal condition of the genius mind. Any lack of that joyousness develops body-destroying toxins. That inner ecstasy of the mind is the secret fountain of perpetual youth and strength in any man. He who finds it finds omnipotence and omniscience.” The Man Who Tapped The Secrets of The Universe, by Glenn Clark.
And some words from Brian on the book:
“Ever heard of Walter Russell? Fascinating doesn’t even come close to describing him. A multi-faceted 20th-century genius who beautifully describes the source of his mojo in this great little book by Glenn Clark. And, if you’re into connecting to God/Universal Intelligence/whatever-you-want-to-call-it to express your inner Renaissance Soul, I think you’ll really dig the book. It’s a tiny 61-pages, but remarkably packed with inspiration and wisdom.”
To take part in today’s challenge, as always, just watch Brian’s video where he reveals the biggest insights from the book, and how you can apply them to your life.
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