And the truth shall set you free book
Truth Shall Set You Free, Book by Cornelius Staples (Paperback) | dupeliculas.comThe Knife Power in Your Hands The power to create a good life for our ourselves and others is our birthright. This power comes from the infinite intelligence within. All of us already have the knife power in our hand from birth. All that is needed is to learn how to cook good food good life for ourselves and others using this knife. As your birthright, there are no preconditions necessary for you to get this power. You need not be a good person, enlightened, wise, right-minded, conscious, strong, or learned to get this knife, but you need all of those to cook good food and make a good life using this knife.
The Truth Shall Set You Free
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Ioften see elderly persons in the pharmacy collecting the pills and potions prescribed to them by their family doctors. Sometimes I ask them whether their doctors ever talk to them about their lives or only about their illnesses. And what good would it do, anyway? The main thing is he knows what's wrong with me and what to do about it. Now that I do have the time, who'd be interested in hearing the story of my life? When it comes down to it, you're on your own. But we would benefit tremendously from having someone to talk to about our childhoods, particularly when we get older.