Monday, December 11, 2006

Thank you for your support: 600 hits. No pics, no ads, no highlighted buzz words, no linked blogs and no vulgarity. 1,000 might be possible?

12 Comments:

Blogger Satan said...

once i collect your soul all of your dreams will come true

one thousand hits

one million hits

it is all possible through the powers of hell

but first we must compete in a fiddle playing contest

your powers of positive thought may give you an edge but i am willing to bet your soul against a fiddle of gold cus i think i am better than you

fire on the mountain
run boys run
devils in the house of the risin sun

chicken in the breadpan
pickin out dough
granny does your dog bite
no child no

7:59 PM  
Blogger Tom Bailey said...

The power of the good word rules you.

Novelties of photos and jokes are no match for the power of positive Thinking. Study with great benefit the lives of the 500 men in the book of Think and Grow Rich. Ford, Wrigley and Edison. Study their lives carefully and their legacy and compare that to your hits of the internet.

Hast ye forgotten the days of recent past of the tech bubble burst. Dust thou not recall the money lost on the building of value only in the hit?

Study closely the book of Mark. Mark 4:30. Hits of a million compared to that of moving a mountain?

O ye of little faith? Mathew 6:30.

Hast thou ohhh clay one forgotten the parable of the house built on sand versus the house built upon rock.

Pray for mercy poor in spirit blogger of imitation clay.

8:56 PM  
Blogger Skittles said...

Good luck :)

11:11 PM  
Blogger Cinderella said...

I think it's possible!! Anything is possible right? Way to go =)

4:11 AM  
Blogger Tom Bailey said...

skittles, thanks for wishing me luck, but I dont think luck will be needed in this case.

cinderella, yes anything is possible.

5:54 AM  
Blogger Danke Shane said...

Interesting. And refreshing. Go Tom!

11:59 AM  
Blogger Tom Bailey said...

Shane, thanks for the compliment you had some very nice stuff for blog templates. It sounded like you might be doing some of it pro bono. I have deep respect for that if that is the case.

1:10 PM  
Blogger riz said...

Way to go Tom!!

One of the striking things i first came to know of through Napoleon Hill's books, is that nothing can ever beat pure Willpower and postive thinking.
As emphasised at great length by the author in his oft-qouted phrase, "Whatever the mind of Man can conceive of , he can certainly accomplish."
(-Success through a positve mental attitude, Napoleon Hill & W. Clement Stone).
Do keep writing..

Cheers,
Riz

http://miragesoflife.blogspot.com

1:45 PM  
Blogger riz said...

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1:56 PM  
Blogger Tom Bailey said...

Riz, you are testing me...

"Whatever the mind of Man can conceive of , he can certainly accomplish."

That quote is just after chapter one and the exact quote is:

Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe it can acheive.

It is in the book as a giant quote between chapters. I know you knew that and you were testing me. Thanks so much for keeping me on my toes.

2:44 PM  
Blogger riz said...

Hey Tom,

Me never wished that. Okkie lemme explain further.
In fact, this was one book that i adored, long after i had read parts of it. So some of the qoutes stayed on in the mind even after many years.
(Do try a search for the same book on amazon.com and u'd find 32 reviews there, and many stories of how it has forced people to change their thinking and approach/attitude towards life for the better..)
Haven't gone back to it since ages,and haven't done it yet.So as u can see, i misquoted it. The 'belief' that u added in is in fact the central part of that philosophy ( i guess i took as somethig that it inherently said.
Thanks for pointing it out clearly anyways.
Hope it's clearer now..

Good Luck Tom, Keep Going.

Cheerz,
Riz

4:11 AM  
Blogger Tom Bailey said...

Riz, I am forcing myself to do the things the book recomends like memorizing the self confidence formula and the chief aim in life. I wrote a chief aim and I accomplished it using the book and then I stopped until revisiting it again recently.

What was your favorite principal you read in the book?

8:05 AM  

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