Deepak Chopra and Intent

Deepak Chopra and Intent


When You Help Yourself, Which Self Are You Helping?

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Millions of people today are following the path of self-help–buying books, joining groups, going away on retreats–all in the hopes of transforming their lives. But is this mass of information really getting us anywhere? Deepak Chopra sorts through the hype to uncover the real benefits of self-help and how you can best use it to change your life. Read more at Oprah.com
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posted June 7, 2010 at 10:26 am


The Bible is the only book that can transform us to become perfect
as Christ is a perfect model for becoming a well transformed child to belong in God’s family.What is there more honorable than to belong to God’s family?All values and good spirited great people have derived their faith from their belief of a God,a good God.All of the good things came from God,and i believe that the Bible was given to us to open our eyes to the truth that there is God and he Bible are His words to guide us to become like Him because He is our Father and we also have our Mother whom He have declared in the Bible.
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