Quote from Wallace D. Wattles:
There are no evil people; there are perfectly good people who are of the track, but they do not need condemnation or punishment; they only need to get upon the rails again.
The very best thing you can do for the whole world is to make the most of yourself.
Wisdom is obtained by reading the mind of God.
You are not mentally developed by what you read, but by what you think about what you read.
Remember that poise and power are inseparably associated. The calm and balanced mind is the strong and great mind; the hurried and agitated mind is the weak one.
Abandon everything you have outgrown.
You must learn to see the world as being produced by evolution; as a something which is evolving and becoming, not as a finished work.
This must be your point of view: that the world and all it contains is perfect, though not completed.
There is, as Emerson says, some central idea or conception of yourself by which all the facts of your life are arranged and classified. Change this central idea and you change the arrangement or classification of all the fact and circumstances of your life.
You still indulge in distrustful fears that things will go wrong, or that people will betray you, or mistreat you; get above all of them.
When you feel deeply that a certain act is the right act, do it and have perfect faith that the consequences will be good.
You must cease from looking at human mistakes and look at successes; cease from seeing faults and see virtues.