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The Hippy Guru and One Sentence that Changed Me

A life coach shifted my perspective, opening me up to the law of attraction. However, I won’t recommend her to you — she’s since become a born again Christian and given the behaviour of many Christians, it’s not something I’d ever want to promote. Mahatma Gandhi said: “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.” Continue reading “The Hippy Guru and One Sentence that Changed Me”

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What If The Universe Has Your Back?

Before my mid-thirties meltdown I was fairly successful, according to society’s standards of success. I was a Chartered Accountant and had been working in public practice for almost ten years and even though the wages started low (first year accountants often earn less than retail workers, just FYI), I’d earned my stripes and was finally doing reasonably well financially. Continue reading “What If The Universe Has Your Back?”

Books

Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah

Illusions, by Richard Bach has quickly become one of my favourite books, warranting me to reach out to the author and thank him for writing it. He’s in his eighties now and kindly replied to my email: ‘So glad to know you found the story, and the characters and their ideas touched you. They’ve worked in my life for a long time. I hope they’ll be lifelong friends for you, too!’ Continue reading “Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah”