Ralph Waldo Trine (1866 - 1958) was an American philosopher, mystic, teacher, and was an early New Thought writer and mentor. He was a true pioneer in the area of life-transforming thought. His most influential work, In Tune with the Infinite, read and recommended by such luminaries as Queen Victoria, Janet Gaynor and Henry Ford, was originally published in 1897 and has stood the test of time for over a century.
Many of his other works remain in print, including Character-Building Thought Power, The Greatest Thing Ever Known, The Wayfarer on the Open Road, This Mystical Life of Ours, and What All the World's A-Seeking, all considered self-help classics these days.
The greatest thing ever known -- What is it? Full surely the answer must be one that is absolutely universal, both in its nature and in the possibilities of its application. It must be one that can be accepted wholly and unreservedly, not only by a single individual, but by bodies of individuals, be they the originators of any particular school of Ethics, the followers of any particular system of Philosophy, or even the adherents of any great system of Religion. It must be one so true in itself that it can be accepted by all men alike the world over. And again, it must be an answer that is true for no particular period of time, but equally true for all time -- an answer that was true not only for yesterday, that is true for today, that may be true for tomorrow, but one equally true for yesterday, today, and forever...
The moment we fully and vitally realize who and what we are, we then begin to build our own world as God builds his.
- The Greatest Thing Ever Known
- Divine Energies in Everyday Life
- The Master's Great But Lost Gift
- The Philosopher's Ripest Life Thought
- Sustained in Peace and Safety Forever
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