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Ask and It Is Given by Esther Hicks
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Oct 16, 2008

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After listening to many of their CDs I really hoped for much good from this book. Well, it does have it, but after a few chapters it just is more of the same all the time. It kind of makes sense when you think about what the book is trying to teach you, namely , that you are the creator of your own existence. So , no matter what chapter you read, this will ultimately be the message. Which I like. But I guess it will be a while before I finish reading the whole book. And that's okay. Because sometimes we fall off our row boat and we have to climb back in and point it downstream again. Those are the times I'll read another chapter, I'm sure.
It is now several months later and I have not picked it up again. It stays on the table next to my bed, though, in case I need to be reminded fo the message inside.

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