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Filling the Holes in an Empty Life

Filling the Holes in an Empty Life

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Published by: ancr4751 on May 29, 2011
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Filling the holes inan empty life 
ANCR May 29, 2011
 How To Read This Book
This little book can change your life.
But for the change to be effective, you’ll have to read it in a special way.
 Imagine for a moment that you have a dirty floor.So to do the best cleaning job possible, you look up information on how to clean a dirtyfloor.Sure enough, in a matter of minutes, you now know everything that must be done.But the floor is still dirty.Knowledge by itself cannot change your life.But knowledge can be useful in bringing about the change you desire.
s the same with this book.You could read it all in one sitting, but your life would remain the same.
To get the change you’re looking for, you are going to have to actually do the work.
 Start at the beginning, but read the lessons one at a time
’t read a bunch of them
The lessons are usually very short, but they are effectively ‘thought bombs’.
Give yourself time to think about what you’ve just read…
 Ask yourself questions about it.Do you agree with the lesson?If so, why?If not, why?Are you sure?Let you subconscious mull over each lesson and apply it to the complexities of yourindividual life.You may not be in need of a big change in your life, but how about a small one?Are you as happy as you can be?
If there’s room for 
even a little more happiness, give this process a try.
Even if your life doesn’t become better, you’ll still be better off for examining what’s
going on right now.Now, on to Lesson One.
 Filling the holes in an empty life...
Remember the fun of having a pail and shovel when you went to the beach?With just those two objects you could dig a deep hole, shape the sand and build a castle,or fill the pail as many times as you wanted with water.You didn't own the world, but you owned a piece of it.It filled your spirit and kept your interest.While not possibly realizing it, you were happy.Is it getting harder to have that feeling in your life?That's what this adventure is all about.Dig in!

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