How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World: A Handbook for Personal Liberty

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LiamWorks, 1998 - Conduct of life - 387 pages
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"Freedom is living your life the way you want to live it. This book shows how you can have that freedom now - without having to change the world or the people around you."--Book jacket.

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This book essentially advocates doing whatever you can do in the here and now to organize your life as you want it to be, rather than wasting energy on political crusades or bowing to social pressure ... Read full review

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I found this book right after it was published. It's one of the most influential books in my life! It gave me the courage to be myself and find my own happiness. Years later (many) I am retired, and as a result of the advice in this book, I have no need for a 'bucket list'. I have done everything I wanted to do in my life. I am happy with what I have, who I am, and how I have lived my life....no regrets! If that is selfish...then count me among the selfish for daring to seek my own happiness and make the most of my God-given talents and blessings. 

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Browne is an investment advisor.

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