Trust yourself, remain in the present moment and do what's right for you. I must be referring to the teachings from the latest self-help book. Well, actually no. In fact, these principles were first set out about 150 years before the so-called New Age movement had even been thought of.
In 1841 American philosopher and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson published Self-Reliance. It's an essay of less than forty pages. But its message certainly packs one whopper of a punch. And what's in it sounds spookily relevant today.
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