The provocative name of Ch. 6 of the Science of Getting Rich is How Riches Come to Us.
"Alright!" I thought, "This is IT! The rubber hits the road right here. I'm finally going to learn why Riches come to some folks, and not to me."
Then I read the chapter. It wasn't quite what I expected. It was actually something much better. Much!
First, let's define Riches: We're not talking money, but rather, What Money Can Buy. That rings true, doesn't it? Money is desirable not for itself (poor money) but as a means for us to enjoy the things, the experiences, the toys, the fun, the tools, the vehicles, the whatever, that we desire. We want such manifestations of wealth, our auther says, because tne energy of life in us wants to live more largely. I liken this to the energy of a tree causing its branches to reach for as much of the sky as it can. We have that same drive within us, a desire to experience our lives as fully as possible.
The nice thing about being a human-being instead of a tree-being is that we get to choose the form of Riches we desire; not just "more sky" but more (fill in the blank).
So - How do we get these Riches to come to us? Wattles writes:
"There are things we must do.