The Book of Joy: How to Live Every Day of Your Life Happily Ever After

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This book will serve to remind the reader of the goddess or god within. And from there, to inspire him or her to create the joyful, abundant life that is the birthright of us all.

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Words: 12,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9780924033339
About John Cali

John Cali is a freelance writer and publisher, focusing mostly on spirituality.

In the early 1980s John took a spiritual development course, and was introduced to his first spirit guide, Lydia. After Lydia arrived three other guides also came to him: Michael, Tamarra, and Joseph. Today these are John's four main guides. As a group he refers to them simply as "Spirit."

In 2008 John was one of the six channels featured in the documentary film, Tuning In.

A freelance writer since 1986, John has written for magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and other publications. He's written and published ten books, hundreds of articles, and several newsletters on various topics, including business and spirituality.

In 1996 John started publishing Sentinels of the Sky Newsletter, now known as John Cali's Spirit Speaks Newsletter.

John loves dogs, and has had a continuous parade of canine characters frolicking through his life. In 2008 he published a book called Dogs: Heartwarming, Soul-Stirring Stories of our Canine Companions.

John's mission in his work with Spirit is to help people live their lives with greater joy and abundance.

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Review by: linda gronlund on June 22, 2011 :
This book helps to put things in perspective for me. There were many areas that gave me an ah-ha moment but something that caught my eye enough to have me copy and paste it for my later review was the information regarding guilt being associated with the past and fear is about the future. The important place to remain is in the now. I don't have a lot of guilt but the fear does creep in for me. To know that the future is what I fear the most can help me to focus on why I fear the future, and how to get beyond this. I loved the book. John writes beautifully and poses the life questions that made me continue turning the pages to find out the answers. Thank you for sharing this gift with me John.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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