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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2013

    This book is awesome. The technology in this book really helped

    This book is awesome. The technology in this book really helped me get my life back on track. Everyone makes mistakes in life, and many people don't know how to recover from those mistakes. Even if you manage to move on with your life, there may be that lingering regret of things done in the past. This little booklet allows a person to clear all that up, and get real answers to a subject that has been debated by philosophers since the ancient Greeks. I have studied philosophy extensively, and I can tell you that the philosopher L. Ron Hubbard has made a significant breakthrough here. This technology has helped me personally, and has contributed immensely to the field of philosophy. Read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    WHAT A WASTE! RELIGIOUS PROPAGANDA IN DISGUISE! NOT EVEN ORIGINAL IDEAS

    Got this to see why it was recommended for a class I was taking on leadership values. Not worth the paper its printed on. I was hoping for better from an author of his caliber. Reads like propaganda for his religion. Overly simplified restatment of karmic laws using his terminology instead of the original Hindu. It has been reiencarnated into something more useful like a paper plate.

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