This clip is taken from If Life is a Game, these are The Rules By Cherie Carter-Scott Ph.D
You will receive a body. You may like it or hate it, but it will be yours for the entire period this time around. You will learn lessons. You are enrolled in a full-time, informal school called life
The Law of Success-Chapter Thirteen Co-operation by Napoleon Hill
"You Can Do It if You Believe You Can!
CO-OPERATION is the beginning of all organized effort. As was stated in the second lesson of this course, Andrew Carnegie accumulated a gigantic fortune through the co-operative efforts of a small group of men numbering not more than a score.
You, too, can learn how to use this principle.
There are two forms of Co-operation to which your attention will be directed in this lesson; namely:
First, the Co-operation between people who group themselves together or form alliances for the purpose of attaining a given end, under the principles known as the Law of the Master Mind.
Second, the Co-operation between the conscious and the subconscious minds, which forms a reasonable hypothesis of man's ability to contact, communicate with and draw upon infinite intelligence.
Physical science is responsible for the marvellous age of invention in which we are now living, but spiritual science is now setting out on a career whose possibilities no one can foretell.
Spiritual science has heretofore been the football of the uneducated, the superstitious, the mystical, but men are now interested in definite methods and demonstrated facts only.
We have come to know that thinking is a spiritual process, that vision and imagination precedes action and event, that the day of the dreamer has come. The following lines by Mr. Herbert Kaufman are interesting in this connection.
They are the architects of greatness, their vision lies within their souls, they peer beyond the veils and mists of doubt and pierce the walls of unborn time. The belted wheel, the trail of steel, the churning screw, are shuttles in the loom on which they weave their magic tapestries. Makers of empire, they have fought for bigger things than crowns and higher seats than thrones. Your homes are set upon the land a dreamer found. The pictures on it' walls are visions from a dreamer's soul.
They are the chosen few-the blazers of the way. Walls crumble and empires fall, the tidal wave sweeps from the sea and tears a fortress from its rocks. The rotting nations drop from off time's bough, and only things the dreamers make live on."
Part thirteen tells why the dreams of the dreamer come true. It explains the law of causation by which dreamers, inventors, authors, financiers, bring about realization of their desires. It explains the law by which the things pictured upon our mind eventually becomes our own.