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To live a thousand lives plus fifteen days - as you travel the road of life - progressive lessons you may discover along the way - cover

To live a thousand lives plus fifteen days - as you travel the road of life - progressive lessons you may discover along the way

HANK MARCEL Hill

Publisher: Hank Marcel Hill

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Summary

You're not alone. We all experience similar struggles and emotions.
 
As we interact with life, these poems are an expression of what we
 
may encounter as we live this life. 
 
TO LIVE A THOUSAND LIVES PLUS FIFTEEN DAYS is written to assist and guide with
 
understanding while engaging in the process of living life with comfort, support, 
 
exhilaration and fulfillment as we engulf an awe- inspiring life.

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