The invisible forces are ever working for the man who is always ‘pulling the strings” himself, though he does not know it. Owing to the vibratory power of words, whatever man voices, he begins to attract. People who continually speak of disease invariably attract it.
After man knows the truth, he cannot be too careful of his words. For example: I have a friend who often says on the ’phone, “Do come to see me and have a fine old-fashioned chat.” This “old-fashioned chat” means an hour of about five hundred to a thousand destructive words, the principal topics being loss, lack, failure and sickness.
I reply: “No, I thank you, I’ve had enough old-fashioned chats in my life, they are too expensive, but I will be glad to have a new-fashioned chat, and talk about what we want, not what we don’t want.” There is an old saying that man only dares use his words for three purposes, to “heal, bless or prosper.” What man says of others will be said of him, and what he wishes for another, he is wishing for himself.
“Curses, like chickens, come home to roost.”
If a man wishes someone “bad luck,” he is sure to attract bad luck himself. If he wishes to aid someone to success, he is wishing and aiding himself to success.