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Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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An interesting and easy read about how to focus on the importance of evolving oneself to the benefit of oneself and othersPublished 1 day ago by swemail
This is written creatively with interesting insightful characters, vivid description of nature’s beauty and mind provoking discussions. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ryan Gavini
It's amazing and I recommend this book plus all the others that follow. You will be amazed at how true this really speaks facts.Published 3 days ago by Bonnie H.
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Elisa, that's a good thing - to be inspired to write a book. I only hope you write your book more clearly than you state your criticism of Redfield's book, of which you say is "terrible" but you don't say terrible how. It certainly wasn't terrible in sales. As of 2006, The Celestine... Read More
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