When you have too many books, how do you decide which ones to get rid of?
Hafid was an elderly man near the end of his days. He had gained riches beyond measure and was renowned as a master businessman. Perhaps the greatest that ever lived. He now lived alone not because he was unloved but because his loved ones passed on before him.
The lore of this book stems from an assignment given to Napoleon Hill. (He was an investigative reporter.) He was tasked to interview Andrew Carnegie and discover the reason for the divide between the extremely successful tycoons and the common worker.
I love to read.. I don’t know why. Its just one of those things.. My love and infatuation for ingestion of others’ knowledge: who are