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Dec 05, 2011
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I like the book too!
by: Warpsludge

A happy pocket full of money hasn't effected me as deeply as you, but I do like it and am enjoying reading it.

I like it's trippy "quantum theory" stuff. I don't know how much it really relates to what quantum physicists are learning, but I find much of it valid and interesting in itself.

I like the sentence; I am wealth, I am abundance, I am joy, that keeps repeating before every section of the book.

I also like David Cameron Gikandi's use of language. I feel it does have that cool friend aspect to it and also contains a considerable amount of thought and preciseness. You can tell, he's not just going over lines he's heard, but has made the law of attraction philosophy a serious part of his life. This comes through.

-Warpsludge
http://warpsludge.blogspot.com/

Jan 27, 2011
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MANIFESTO
by: Anonymous

OLAOLUWOLE

READING YOUR BOOK MANIFESTO WAS AN OPEN MIND FOR ME I LOVE TO READ IT AND MEET YOU IN FUTURE PLEASE KEEP IT UP MY BROTHER

Dec 03, 2007
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A Happy Pocket Full Of Money....
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Reading this excerpt one feels like they will miss out on the opportunity to change their lives by reading the unusual words in this book.

I grew up a very determined and goal searching child until when I met my opponents who were threatened by the rate of my progression career wise. Without any skills to face this discouragement, I found my assertiveness sinking to the lowest ebb and losing my long held belief in my capabilities.
Where can I find this book to help me restore my 'SELF'.

Oct 24, 2007
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We all have a contribution to make
by: Anonymous

Many people miss out on opportunities to impact others by dismissing themselves as incapable of making a difference in someone's life. Lack of self belief reduces one's passion for the improved wellbeing of others. By believing that, "only my big brother or sister can manage this not me, or I can not do this or that because I am not educated or rich enough", and many other excuses of this kind, many people do not reach out and deny themselves personal growth in the process. Our Creator planted a seed for impact in all of us and it does not depend on the number of years we spent in school, gender or race. We are all capable of achievement.

Oct 07, 2007
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Great Personal Story
by: Moses

Sandy, thank you very much for sharing on this book and how it has changed your life. I will be sure to get myself a copy and read it soon because it sounds like a really uplifting and inspiring book.

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