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Freedom Of Life

Annie says that simple wisdom "may be entirely incomprehensible to many minds, but to those who do comprehend, it represents a very real and practical help."
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Realizing Our Dreams

The experiences people have are created by subconsciously held beliefs. So are their personalities. This is what Ralph Waldo Emerson referred to when he said, "What you are speaks so loudly I can't hear what you are saying." Applying the techniques in this book helps a person become the type of person they really want to be.
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Nerves And Common Sense

To the best of our knowledge, this represents the last book comprising Annie Call's lifetime output. It consists of 30 brief essays, many of which were originally magazine articles.
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How To Live Quietly

Which one of us doesn't ultimately wish to live QUIETLY, no matter what else we may wish to accomplish in our time here on earth?! Annie Payson Call answers a very important question, and that is: how to go about finding peace of mind in this life, or simply "peace."
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The Teaching of Buddha

A lecture on Buddhism based of the reports of an early Westerner who traveled to Tibet and spent years studying the Buddhist teachings there, and who wrote the first Tibetan - English dictionary and grammar.
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