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An Uncommon Dialogue, Volume 3

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? Suppose you could ask God the most puzzling questions about existence, and God would provide clear, understandable answers? It happened to Neale ... Show synopsis

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  • Completes the trilogy Feb 11, 2010
    by Platosmate

    Yes, it's very American and sometimes that makes a literary message hard to take seriously if you happen to live in Europe. I have read many business books by american authors and there is a definite style which finds me at times feeling like I'm being sold something I did not seek. However, NDW is different. His texts strike chords and I personally feel that I am more focussed and positive about my destiny than I was before my encounter with his work. Three volumes to get a message across is a lot, and it is recommended that the reader reviews the work regularly to reinforce the message. I thoroughly recommend the content, if you're serious about the meaning of your life, you should read these books.

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