Child of the Dawn: A Magical Journey of Awakening

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Amber-Allen Pub., 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 180 pages
Child of the Dawn is the touching story of a young boy, Hakim, who embarks upon a quest for power and wealth, thinking these will bring him the happiness he seeks. Life, however, has a greater gift for him, and he is led to contemplate the nature of his desire and the true meaning of power as he struggles toward the dawn of understanding. As we follow Hakim's search for the secrets of the "wise one", we are led through the inner landscape of our own hearts into a deeper understanding of the spiritual laws that govern life and lead us to the fulfillment of our dreams.

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This allegorical tale revolves around Hakim, a young orphan boy in India whose spiritual quest for identity unfolds as he learns to discern the guises of truth and illusion in encounters with ... Read full review



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Gautama Chopra is the son of author Deepak Chopra and is a correspondent for Channel One. He divides his time between New York and Los Angeles.

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