David Rich



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How to Click with Everyone ...

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Contagious Selling: How to ...

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“In truth, what you actually are is God’s Love Manifested into being. That’s all this God is looking to receive from you, your love given freely from your own heart and in doing so, in that act of freely giving back your love, you come to know who you are.”
David Rich, Through You Am I: Journey Of The Separated Self Into Awareness

“When you refuse the devil, you always think you’ll get another chance, another offer. A final refusal feels like a penalty of a different kind.”
David Rich

“Dread spilled over the Englishman, dread of a world in which he could not die, a world without fear, a meaningless world. Fear permeated all that he knew to be good in life: love, danger, adventure. That was the secret he carried with him and that carried him along. But why venture without fear? You can lie down in the desert and face the beast or the vulture or the villain and mock his weapons and his desires, but to what end? Without fear, what matter if they bite or peck or stab you?”
David Rich
tags: dread, fear

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