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From the Angel's Blackboard: The Best of Fulton J. Sheen

by Fulton J. Sheen

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Selections from the 1950's books and television series, Life is Worth Living. Sheen addresses such topics as work, happiness, melancholy, fatigue, and death. He urges readers to seek happiness by trusting God and doing what is right, illustrating his points with anecdotes from life and literature. This is a very good compilation and worth ready. ( )
  mramos | Jan 29, 2008 |
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Divided into three sections (Mind, Heart, and Spirit), these special texts are a testament to Sheen's own tenacity, which won him a loyal worldwide following.

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Messages on such themes as finding one's purpose in life, enjoying one's work, conquering bad habits, forgiving self and others, and living prayerfully and mindfully.

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