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  • ellenore

    Science and happines . . interesting perspective.

  • Lisa Daly Steffey

    Search Inside Yourself, Chade-Meng Tan. Actually this one isn't worth reading - not in the first 140 pages, anyway. It's pretty light on content, and poorly written. It should be a pamphlet for how much info it has, and you could read 2 interesting books on the subject for about 800% more information. Glasser and Pema Chodron?

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