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The Lifesaver - cover

The Lifesaver

GREESHMA MANOHAR

Publisher: Evincepub

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Summary

Faith can move Mountains. If you chose to have faith in the content of the book and practice it in daily life, it can literally save your life, like it did to mine. If you observe around, some people are living a happy and successful life while others live in constant misery and we come to conclusion that they are lucky and we aren't. . What if I say that it isn't true? By reading this book you will know the secret behind this partiality of universe. This book takes you on a journey towards self-discovery and gives you the keys necessary to live a fulfilling life. When you feel that nobody cares, do know that we live in a friendly universe and there is are a person like you and me, who cares .Together lets spread our light and make this world a heaven that we dream of and it's possible if we believe so.

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