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The Golden Key to Happiness Paperback – November 23, 2005
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Behave arrogantly before no one, show anger to no one, scold no one, restrict no one, resent no one, badmouth no one, hate no one, sadden no one, criticize no one, hurt no one, discriminate against no one, betray no one, be jealous of no one, forgive everyone - this is how we should always hope to be.If you agree that this is the way you'd like to live - and have the rest of the world live - then you'll respond to the messages in The Golden Key to Happiness, a book of spiritual guidance and inspiration by a woman who has dedicated her life to world peace.Masami Saionji is the leader of the world peace prayer movement initiated by her adoptive father, Masahisa Goi, in 1955. She heads several harmony-oriented organizations working throughout the world.Descended from the Royal Ryuku Family of Okinawa, Ms. Saionji was educated in the United States as well as Tokyo. She attended Michigan State and Stanford Universities. She and her husband, a prime minister's great - grandson, have three daughters.For three years Ms. Saionji wrote a column, 'Daily Guidance,' for a Japanese magazine. The Golden Key to Happiness grew out of those columns. The Golden Key to Happiness is the first of her books to be published in English, followed by Infinite Happiness and You are the Universe. For more information see Masami Saionji's home page at GratitudeBooks.com. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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The book mentions in the forward that it supports the tradition of a martial art called Aikido, and is a good compliment to that practice. However, this book is for humanity. It's for people who are experiencing loss, or need good solid advice for a new way to look at situations.
One of my all time favorites.