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After twenty years of going it alone, we are delighted to announced that Ashgrove is now an imprint of Hollydata Publishers Limited, an independent and energetic publishing company.While still drawing inspiration from the beautiful Somerset countryside around the famous city of Bath, the list is now strengthened by a London connection -- by new ideas and new resources. Thi ...more
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Published January 1st 1996 by Ashgrove Publishing
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Feb 25, 2015 rated it it was amazing
كتاب ينفع اى حد عايز يغير نفسه بنفسه ويخلى حياته افضل
مش من خلال تغيير الظروف لكن من خلال تغيير نفسه والتجرد من كل ما هو ليس حقيقى فينا لكن موضوع من قبل الظروف والاحداث اللى بنمر بيها
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Man is compared to a "House In Disorder": The Master is away, and the servants are doing what they like. When the telephone rings, they speak and pretend that they are the Master, and make all sorts of promises and orders under his pretense. Some of these servants feel that there is a better state possible. They see clearly what is going on, and band together with the intention of putting order in the house, in the hope that this will attract the return of the Master.

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This is an amazing and simple explanation of transformational work. It is very clear and a short read.
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