Quick book plug today (yes, it has to happen sometimes). This month I’m offering a printed version of my spiritual manifesto, Happiness is the Truth, for free to all Amazon.com reviewers. Just send me your name and address, plus a link to your review, and you’ll get your copy in the mail. Easy, right? Oh, and make sure your email gets to me by the end of this month.
Here’s the book blurb for you if you’re interested:
Happiness is the Truth: A Spiritual Manifesto is a plea for a new kind of spirituality that does not limit the freedom and sovereignty of the individual.
The chapters, each of which explains one tenet of this philosophy, include: “Spirituality is good,” “Life is a game,” “There are no rules,” “Absolutes are fine. Certainty is not,” “People are holy,” “We have power,” and, finally, “Happiness is the truth.”
And here is a short excerpt:
“Suffice it to say that I believe in love, and I believe in eternity, and I believe in spirits and in the big mystery that is what we call God. And I believe that in the end, it is not prayer that makes us holy, or good deeds, or any particular philosophy. I believe that the purpose of life and the way to be holy is this:
You do what makes you happy.”
By the way, if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download a reader from them for your desktop for free.
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