Of Course! How Many Light Bulbs Does It Take to Change
In his first book, Ian Patrick frankly discusses some of the toughest challenges known to students of A Course in Miracles: facing the deaths of loved ones; letting go of long-held grievances; trying to comprehend Nelson Mandela meeting the Spice Girls; and much more. Now,in one volume, Fearless Books presents the best of Ian’s insights and personal revelations selected from over 100 editions of the UK's highly respected ACIM periodical, Miracle Worker.From the lighthearted to the profound, these short essays reveal the down-to-earth illumination of a dedicated Course student who "remembers to laugh"— and who understands the everyday challenges of working miracles.In 2003, Fearless Books changed the lives of countless Course students with the publication of The Disappearance of the Universe.Could it happen again?Of course!
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