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The Power Of Love: Learn How To Be In The Now

by Lester Levenson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977872602, Paperback)

"Love is the most powerful force in the universe." -Lester Levenson

If you want to experience love in every way, you must read this book.

Lester Levenson, an American master who attained spiritual enlightenment at the age of 42, discusses love and how to achieve it in your lifetime. Most people mistakenly think love is a "deal" - as long as you do what I want you to do, I love you. With this attitude, it is no wonder we can't find the love that everyone is looking for.

You will find yourself reading this book again and again. Each time, you will discover something different and profound that will help you in your own personal quest to find true love.

There just isn't any information about love because "it takes one to know one" and Lester truly is Love!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:08 -0400)

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