Mental Laxatives for a Constipated Mind

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Galactic Enterprises, 1999 - Self-Help - 262 pages
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The mind, like any other part of the body, needs a healthy amount of several nutrients in order to function at optimum efficiency. Failure to feed it a proper diet of a wide variety of thoughts can result in stifled thought processes. Just as a diet plentiful in green vegetables and fresh fruits keeps the digestive system functioning smoothly, so will humor, touching anecdotes and thought-provoking discourses keep the mind unclogged, permitting the free flow of thoughts.

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Pederson has been a minister for 25 years and currently serves as a District Coordinator providing spiritual direction and guidance to churches throughout Arizona, New Mexico and So. Nevada.

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