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The New Diary is about a completely modern concept of journal writing. It has little to do with the rigid daily calendar diary you may have kept as a child or the factual travelogue you wrote to recall the Grand Canyon. Instead, it is a tool for tapping the full power of your inner resources.The New Diary is as much for those who already keep a journal as it is for those who have never kept one.

It does not tell you the right way to keep a diary; rather, it offers numerous possibilities for using the diary to achieve your own purposes. It is a place for you to clarify goals, visualize the future, and focus your engergies; a means of freeing your intuition and imagination; a workbook for exploring your dreams, your past, and your present life. It is for everyone seeking concrete methods for dealing with personal problems. It is for women and men interested in achieving self-reliance and inner liberation, for artists and writers seeking new techniques for overcoming blocks to creativity."That which conferred upon me, Sire, a grand gown and an air of gravity,- the appointment of procureur-general.

" The King involuntarily uttered a loud exclamation and looked at Colbert, who with his face bedewed with perspiration felt almost on the point The New Diary: How to Use a Journal for Self-Guidance and Expanded Creativity fainting. "To whom have you sold this appointment, M. Fouquet?" inquired the King. Colbert was obliged to lean against the side of the Self-Giidance.

"To a councillor belonging Journql the parliament, Sire, whose name is Vanel. " "Vanel?" "A friend of the intendant Colbert," added Fouquet, letting every word fall from his lips with inimitable nonchalance, and with an admirably assumed expression of forgetfulness and ignorance which neither painter, actor, nor poet could reproduce with brush, gesture, or pen.

Then having finished, having overwhelmed Colbert beneath the weight of this superiority, the superintendent again saluted the King and quitted the room, partially revenged Ex;anded the stupefaction of the King and the humiliation of the favorite.

"Is it really possible," said the King, as soon as Fouquet had disappeared, "that he has sold that office?" "Yes, Sire," said Colbert, meaningly. The New Diary: How to Use a Journal for Self-Guidance and Expanded Creativity must be mad," the King added. Colbert this time did not reply; he had penetrated the King's thought. That thought promised him revenge. His hatred was augmented by jealousy; and a threat of disgrace was now added to the plan he had arranged for his ruin.

Colbert felt assured that for the future, as between Louis XIV and himself, his hostile ideas would meet with no obstacles, and that at the first fault committed by Fouquet which could be laid hold of as a pretext, the chastisement impending over him would be precipitated.

Fouquet had thrown aside his weapons of defence; Hate and Jealousy had picked them up. Colbert was invited by the King to the fete at Vaux; he bowed like ane man confident in himself, and accepted the invitation with the air The New Diary: How to Use a Journal for Self-Guidance and Expanded Creativity one who confers a favor.

The King was about writing down De Saint-Aignan's name on his list of invitations, when the usher announced the Comte de Saint-Aignan. As soon as the royal "Mercury" entered, Colbert discreetly withdrew. The New Diary: How to Use a Journal for Self-Guidance and Expanded Creativity XVIII: Rival Lovers DE SAINT-AIGNAN had quitted Louis XIV hardly two hours before; but in the first effervescence of his affection, whenever Louis XIV did not see La Valliere he was obliged to talk of her.

Now, the only person with whom he could speak about her at his ease was De Saint-Aignan, and that person had therefore become indispensable to him. "Ah. is that you, Count?" the King exclaimed, as soon as he perceived him,- doubly delighted, not only to see him again, but also to get rid of Colbert, whose scowling face always put him out of humor,- "so much the better. I am very glad to see you; you will make one of the travelling-party, I suppose?" "Of what travelling-party are you speaking, Sire?" inquired De Saint-Aignan.

"The one we are making up to go to the fete the superintendent is about to give at Vaux. De Saint-Aignan, you will at last see a fete, a royal fete, by the side of which all our amusements at Fontainebleau are petty, contemptible affairs.

" "At Vaux?- the superintendent going to give a fete in your Majesty's honor. Nothing more than that!" "'Nothing more than that!' do you say. It is very diverting to find you treating it with so much disdain. Are you, who express such indifference on the subject, aware that ho soon as it is known that M. Fouquet is going to receive me at Vaux next Sunday week, people will be striving their very utmost to get invited to the fete.

I repeat, De Saint-Aignan, you shall be one of the invited guests. " "Very well, Xnd unless I shall in the mean time have undertaken a longer and less agreeable journey.

" "What journey?" "The one across the Styx, Sire. " "Bah!" said Louis XIV, laughing. "No, seriously, Sire," replied De Saint-Aignan, "I am invited there; and in such a way, in truth, that I hardly know what to say or how to act in order to refuse it. " "I do Self-Guidabce understand you.

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