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365 Days of Richer Living - Daily Inspirations - cover

365 Days of Richer Living - Daily Inspirations

Ernest Holmes, Raymond Charles Barker

Publisher: Science of Mind Publishing

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Today you embark upon a journey of renewal and reaffirmation. Calling upon the wisdom of ancient religions and philosophies, as well as the principles of New Thought and Science of Mind, Ernest Holmes and Raymond Charles Barker offer 365 passages to guide you in discovering the truth and claiming your divine inheritance.Whether you pray, meditate, affirm, or practice spiritual mind treatment, whether you share these passaged audibly with a group or silently read them to yourself, join Drs. Holmes and Barker in revelations upon universal truths, and awaken the divinity within you!Don't wait to embrace your highest good. You are whole. You are spiritually perfect. You are divine. Know it and begin today to create a richer life!

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