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Bail Yourself Out: How You Can Emerge Strong from the World Crisis

by Michael Laitman

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This is a wonderful story and a step by step guide to attaining reality and true perception. The book explains what is required to come through the crisis the world currently faces, any crisis actually, that being unity and collaboration. Delving into the deeper meaning of give and take as a way of life, showing that nature uses this method to achieve balance puts emphasis on the very real need society has for this same balance. When viewed through the lens of friends caught in a difficult situation, unity and working together toward the goal becomes less an individual task and evolves into a team of likeminded friends. The book describes and takes a lesson from the story of Abraham's discoveries about unity, give and take and nature in balance and is a lesson reserved for our time. It becomes apparent we must achieve this balance in order to make it through the crisis, Bail Yourself Out is a book that describes how this can be done. ( )
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