Heaven on Earth The Language of the Heart

by Chuck Spezzano
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Release Date: 2020-03-05
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Pages: 140 pages
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ISBN 10: 9798620476954
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If you want a sustainable happy life and happy relation.If you want to know what will really change you and the world.If you finally want to take your life into your own hands and still help everybody.Then this book is a must read and maybe the only book explaining it quite that deep and profound.Each of these 100 principles could change your life by its own.Chuck Spezzano at his best, enjoy a new world of thinking.
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