A Course in Peace and Joy

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 28, 2010 - Self-Help
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Contents

A Brief Message To All Who Read This Book
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Lesson One
11
Lesson Two
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Lesson Three
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Lesson Four
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Lesson Five
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Lesson Six
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Lesson Seven
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Lesson Eighteen
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Lesson Nineteen
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Lesson Twenty
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Lesson Twenty One
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Lesson Twenty Two
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Lesson Twenty Three
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Lesson Twenty Four
34
Lesson Twenty Five
35

Lesson Eight
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Lesson Nine
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Lesson Ten
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Lesson Eleven
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Lesson Twelve
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Lesson Thirteen
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Lesson Fourteen
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Lesson Fifteen
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Lesson Sixteen
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Lesson Seventeen
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Lesson Twenty Six
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Lesson Twenty Seven
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Lesson Twenty Eight
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Lesson Twenty Nine
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Lesson Thirty
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Lesson Thirty ONE
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Lesson Thirty TWO
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Lesson ThirtyTHREE
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Lesson ThirtyFOUR
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Kash Singh is a sixty two year old retiree with four sons, two biological and two adopted. He was born in South Africa of East Indian descent. He left that country in the mid-seventies because of the extreme suppression and humiliation all people of non-european descent had to endure - during the apartheid era.Whilst working in the public sector in Los Angeles, California, he encountered an alarming number of people who felt a void within themselves, which they tried to fill with alcohol and other controlled substances. Many of them are now deceased. He feld a need to put something together to help such people fill the void in their lives. Hence this book titled:

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