Positive Thoughts for Troubling Times
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Positive Thoughts for Troubling Times

A Renew-Your-Spirit Guide

By Allen Klein

Rarely before in history has the United States and the world at large been so divided. With each new Tweet, falsehood, or upsetting news headline, the things we once took for granted, and believed in, have become upended and, in the process, have crushed our spirit. The inspired ideas and power thoughts in Positive Thoughts for Troubling Times will provide you with hope, a renewed spirit and a new perspective at viewing our worrisome times.

Author Allen Klein, the world’s only Jollytologist, knows how the right thought at the right time can change your day for the better and, in this book, offers a lifetime of positive change. 
Positive Thoughts for Troubling Times provides you with succinct ideas to help  rise above present-day frustrations, hurts and worries.  Some of the categories covered are: Change, Choices, Fear, Hope, Love, Never Give Up, Positivity, and Staying Strong.

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