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It seems I could go for this read on the subject of religion and self-realization, as it is meant for audiences that are both religious and irreligious; though it is written in the context of Christianity. Thank you for the review!
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If by stating that this book stands out from many other religion-related materials you mean it is devoid of dogma and a preachy slant, I agree. Just from the first two chapters I was hooked.