Choose A Miracle

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AuthorHouse, Jul 22, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 740 pages
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This work demonstrates vividly that miracles are alive and well and that they happen, perhaps, daily in modern times. It also provides solid evidence that miracles can be assisted and, possibly, even affected by the use of prayers, positive affirmations, and meditations. The target audience is comprised on organizations and individuals who deal with the disabled and handicapped (particularly those with brain damage) and with those who have chronic issues stemming from accidents, alcohol, and other causes. This work demonstrates the dramatic power of prayer in the form of meditation, in affecting healing—in this instance, the healing of brain damage resulting from alcoholism. It is a true story, recorded in the actual journals kept by the author from February 2003 to December 2004.

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