I read the New York Times everyday, and I spend a good three hours reading it on Sunday mornings. Do I agree with everything they say? I do not. But I think it is one of the best information sources in the world. I always read the Editorial Pages, and seldom do I agree with them. But I want that information.
Last week I read an editorial that resonated with me. It talked a little bit about the financial crisis that we are having right now and the meltdown in the financial system and the banks, and so forth. But the point of the editorial was this: We live in a world where we have the mega-churches, we have Oprah Winfrey and we have Dr. Phil, and everyone keeps saying you have to be positive and you have to have a good attitude, and if you continue to think good things and you have a positive visualization, then you are going to make money and you are going to be rich and you are going to have a happy life.