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"A good read on how to stay happy in a marriage. Great tips on
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Orlando Jenson, New York, USA
TO BE HAPPY THOUGH MARRIED.
"Some dear relatives of mine proposed Ada as my future bride. I like Ada and I gladly accepted the
offer and I mean to wed her about the middle of this year. Is this a working of the Law of Attraction? I want
to make our married life happy and peaceful. I long for a wedded life of pure blessedness and love and joy
without even a pinhead of bitterness ever finding lodgment in our household. How can I attain this state of
peace? This is what I now do: I enter into the Silence daily at a particular hour and enjoy the mental
picture of how I desire to be when married. Am I right? Please tell me how to make my ideal real." Tudor,
Island of Ceylon.
The above letter comes from a member of the Success Circle who is a highly cultured and interesting
looking man. We have a full length photo of him in native costume.
He asks if "this is the working of the Law of Attraction." Certainly it is. Just as the sun acts
through a sheet of glass so the Law of Attraction acts through the conventionalities of a race. Whatever
comes together is drawn together by the Law. Whatever is held together is held by that same Law of
This is just as true in unhappy marriages as in happy ones. If two people are distinctly enough
individualized; that is, if they understand and command themselves sufficiently; their attraction and
marriage will bring to them only pleasure. If they are not distinctly enough individualized, there will be a
monkey-and-parrot experience whilst they are working out the wisdom for which they were
When soda and sour milk are drawn together there is a great stew and fizz, but the end thereof is
sweetness and usefulness. So with two adverse and uncontrolled natures; but out of the stew comes added
wisdom, self-command and rounded character for each.
When each has finished the work of helping the other to develop they will either find themselves
really in love with each other, or they will fall apart. Some stronger attraction will separate them at the
right time - perhaps through divorce, perhaps through death.
I: TO BE HAPPY THOUGH MARRIED.
II. A TALE OF WOE.
III. TO BE LOVED.
IV. THE PHARISEE UP-TO-DATE.
V. SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR.
VI. MARRIAGE CONTRACTS.
VII. SOME HINTS AND A KICK.
VIII. THE HEART OF WOMAN.
IX. THE LAW OF INDIVIDUALITY.
X. HARMONY AT HOME.
XI. A MYSTERY.
XII. THE FAMILY JAR.
XIII. THE TRUTH ABOUT DIVORCE.
XIV. THE OLD, OLD STORY.
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