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Compiling the wisdom of nine books—including international bestseller The Power of Positive Thinking—this timeless classic provides readers with a daily message of inspiration and affirmation from Norman Vincent Peale.

Norman Vincent Peale’s philosophy of positive thinking has had an unprecedented influence on millions of people throughout the world. Now, the wisdom of nine books—including The Power of Positive Thinking—can be found within these pages. Timeless in their message, invaluable in the course of daily life, Dr. Peale’s classic books provide inspiration when you most need it and lead the way to a fuller, happier, more satisfying life. With a new introduction by Dr. Peale, Positive Thinking Every Day will help make your every day the best it can possibly be.

Topics: Spirituality , Devotion, Meditation, Mindfulness, Inspirational, Guides, and Happiness

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ISBN: 9780743261609
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