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Shortcuts to God by Gerald G. Jampolsky

Shortcuts to God

by Gerald G. Jampolsky

Other authors: Leslie Cabarga (Illustrator), Hugh Prather (Foreword)

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0890879532, Paperback)

With its cartoon cover and simple-sounding title, one might expect this to be a superficial self-help book that cashes in on the growing interest in spiritual growth. Fortunately, author Gerald Jampolsky has far more personal integrity than that. It's clear from his thoughtful writing that he wants to offer a substantial and loving book on developing a direct relationship with God. Unfortunately, though, the abundance of overly cheerful cartoon illustrations and double exclamation marks make this look like a book that's been dumbed-down to be more accessible. Rather than inviting readers into Jampolsky's 18 excellent lessons for personal transformation, the child-like format creates a distraction. Nonetheless, the shortcuts are helpful, offering uncomplicated ways to find intimacy with spirit. Overall this is a wise and wonderful lesson book. --Gail Hudson

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:32 -0400)

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