Chapter 7 - As A Man Thinketh
"Our remedies in ourselves do lie
Which we ascribe to heaven."
In our great-grandfather's day, when witches flew around by night and cast their spell upon all unlucky enough to cross them, men thought that the power of sickness or health, of good fortune or ill, resided outside themselves.
We laugh today at such benighted superstition. But even in this day and age there are few who realize that the things they see are but effects. Fewer still who have any idea of the causes by which those effects are brought about.
Every human experience is an effect.