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The Power of Ten Billion Dreams Paperback – June 28, 2011
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About the Author
Since 1995, Ralph Marston has written and published The Daily Motivator, one of the web’s most popular and enduring places for daily inspiration. In that time, he has published more than 5,000 original daily motivational messages, as well as books, audio programs and inspiring video presentations. In addition, Ralph’s positive perspective is broadcast throughout the day on Twitter, where his account has become one of the most highly re-tweeted. His brief, commonsense messages have positively influenced millions of lives around the world.
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What are the ethics of goals?
Is it all right, in the grand scheme of the universe, to have selfish goals?
What does my having goals have to do with the health of mankind? (Sorry; if there is a more inclusive word than "mankind," it doesn't come readily to mind.)
I have "The Power of Ten Billion Dreams" loaded on my smartphone, and whenever I have a few odd moments (waiting in line, waiting for a friend, etc.), I pick it up and read as much as I can. I suppose that's not the ideal way to read a book. But it's the way I'm reading this one.
Marston also operates a Website -- the URL is greatday-dot-com -- where he offers daily motivational thoughts written from the same thoughtful perspective. (If Amazon censors that Web address, think "great day" and run the two words together, followed by a period, followed by the first three letters of the word "compound.")