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Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Wado Emerson was born in Boston, Massachusetts on May 25, 1803 and died April 27, 1882, in Concord, Massachusetts. He had an important influence on America, developing a distinctly American philosophy that emphasized optimism and individuality.   Since his writings and ideas have had a profound influence on me, I decided to post some of his writings on my website. — Steven Horne

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Compensation

This essay has greatly shaped my thinking about energetics and life in general. It was published in Emerson's Essays: First Series in 1841.  I first read it after it was highly recommended by Napoleon Hill (author of "Think and Grow Rich").  There are two things in particular that I love about it. 

First, it's the best explanation of the Oriental concept of yin and yang for Western minds that I have ever read. Second, it is an affirmation of my firm belief that God is just and fair and that the "law of the harvest" is a universal principle we cannot disobey.

I highly encourage you to read, ponder and review it from time to time.  I have italicized some of my favorite parts in case you don't want to read the whole essay (it isn't easy reading).

The Law of Compensation (Cause and Effect)

This essay has greatly shaped my thinking about energetics and about life in general. It was published in Emerson's Essays: First Series in 1841.  I first read it when it was highly recommended by Napoleon Hill (who wrote the famous book Think and Grow Rich).  There are two things in particular that I love about it. 

First, it the best explanation of the Oriental concept of yin and yang for Western minds that I have every read. 
Secondly, it is an affirmation of my firm belief that God is just and fair and that the "law of the harvest" is a universal principle that we cannot disobey. 

I highly encourage you to read it, ponder it and review it from time to time.  I have italicized some of my favorite parts if you don't have the inclination to read the whole essay (it isn't easy reading), just read the parts I've highlighted.

The Universe is Just, Evil Action Punishes Itself

This essay has greatly shaped my thinking about energetics and about life in general. It was published in Emerson's Essays: First Series in 1841.  I first read it when it was highly recommended by Napoleon Hill (who wrote the famous book Think and Grow Rich).  There are two things in particular that I love about it. 

First, it the best explanation of the Oriental concept of yin and yang for Western minds that I have every read. 
Secondly, it is an affirmation of my firm belief that God is just and fair and that the "law of the harvest" is a universal principle that we cannot disobey. 

I highly encourage you to read it, ponder it and review it from time to time.  I have italicized some of my favorite parts if you don't have the inclination to read the whole essay (it isn't easy reading), just read the parts I've highlighted.

Our Strength Grows Out of Our Weakness

This essay has greatly shaped my thinking about energetics and about life in general. It was published in Emerson's Essays: First Series in 1841.  I first read it when it was highly recommended by Napoleon Hill (who wrote the famous book Think and Grow Rich).  There are two things in particular that I love about it. 

First, it the best explanation of the Oriental concept of yin and yang for Western minds that I have every read. 
Secondly, it is an affirmation of my firm belief that God is just and fair and that the "law of the harvest" is a universal principle that we cannot disobey. 

I highly encourage you to read it, ponder it and review it from time to time.  I have italicized some of my favorite parts if you don't have the inclination to read the whole essay (it isn't easy reading), just read the parts I've highlighted.