The Greatest Miracle in the World

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Bantam Books, 1975 - Philosophy - 108 pages
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Here is a simple but powerful story that will affect your thoughts and actions long after the final sentence has touched your heart. You will never forget: * The four simple rules that can help you perform a miracle in your life. * The glass geranium that will break your heart. * The dingy parking lot where Mandino's life, and yours, begins again, * The ragpicker who rescues humans after they quit on themselves. * The secret of regaining the self-esteem you have lost.

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So many many great insights. - Goodreads
Mandino is a very talented writer, very talented. - Goodreads
This book is just over 100 pages, very easy to read. -
Og Mandino decreased his worth by writing this book. - Flipkart

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User Review  - Brandon Giella - Goodreads

Someone at work gave this to me to read. Mandino is a very talented writer, very talented. If he had left the God bits out of it I would have given it a higher rating. As it is, it is not at all on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dlafave - Goodreads

This book by a man recently deceased has been a favorite of mine for many years. It is the story of an old ragpicker who with the help of another discovers his true worth. It is extremely uplifting and meant to be read more than once. Read full review


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About the author (1975)

Og Mandino was born December 12, 1923 in Natick, Massachusetts. After high school, he joined the Army Air Corps. Upon returning from service in World War II, he was unemployed. Eventually, he became an editor for a magazine called Success Unlimited. This job was the starting point of his writing career. Mandino went on to write nineteen inspirational titles. They include The Greatest Salesman in the World, the Greatest Miracle in the World, the Return of the Ragpicker, the Twelfth Angel and the Choice. Since it's initial printing, The Greatest Salesman in the World has been translated into over 20 languages and is still considered one of the best-selling self-help books of all time. He died September 3, 1996.

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