Dare to Be Yourself: How to Quit Being an Extra in Other Peoples Movies and Become the Star of Your Own

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Random House Publishing Group, 1994 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 352 pages
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In this powerful map to self-discovery, Alan Cohen draws on sources from Buddhism to the Bible, from Gandhi and Einstein to A Course In Miracles, sharing many of his own radiant moments of revelation on the spiritual path. He shows how we can let go of the past, overcome fear, and discover the power of love in our lives. Once we are engaged in the work of truly being ourselves, each challenge becomes an opportunity for growth, each choice a lesson in commitment, each relationship a renewal of God's work.
Dare To Be Yourself will dramatically enlighten, empower, and enliven you as you awaken to life and love and the unique gifts that are yours to give the world.
"Alan Cohen has a rare and precious quality. He inspires happiness, and the message itself is as pure as his heart." -- Hugh Prather

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Alan Cohen is the author of many popular inspirational titles, including the bestseller A Deep Breath of Life. He is a contributing writer for the #1 New York Times bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his work has been featured on Oprah.com and in 101 Top Experts. Cohen's books (which have been translated into 24 different languages) and seminars have touched the lives of millions who have found the courage to believe in themselves and follow their dreams.

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