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Dear Me - cover

Dear Me

Iffah Nizar

Publisher: SpreadSalam

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Summary

A mini notebook for spiritual and self development, on the topic of self-love and appreciation. A 40-pages mini motivational notebook full of reminders for oneself and others. 
 
For heart, mind and soul.
 
Dear Me,
 
For you,
 
From me,
 
With love.

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