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The Angel Corps: The Necessity of Putting Others First

The Angel Corps: The Necessity of Putting Others First

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Lunghezza: 81 pagine1 ora

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The Angel Corps shows how simple acts of service to others can map out our path to true happiness.
Boerger’s personal experiences, which range from picking up worms from broiling concrete paths, to the rescue of a woman from a horrific wildfire – and the lessons he draws from them – help provide answers to the most important quests that we all face:
> How can we make the world better?
> What can really make us happy?
> How shall we live as human beings upon this earth in relation to each other and all of life?

What are people saying about The Angel Corps?
“[Boerger] ...looks at the future of civilization, recognizes constant setbacks, and calls for people to enlist in “The Angel Corps.” Andy envisions a world where everyone puts others first thereby helping to get our society back on track, or ‘perhaps evening allowing it to survive at all’” Philip C. Eyster, author of Soaring Higher.
“I love the message: If everyone were to say ‘I’m in [the Angel Corps] this world would be a much better place.” Robin Bee Owens, author of The Wand.

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The Angel Corps: The Necessity of Putting Others First

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Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

The Angel Corps: The Necessity of Putting Others First

Lunghezza: 81 pagine1 ora

Descrizione

The Angel Corps shows how simple acts of service to others can map out our path to true happiness.
Boerger’s personal experiences, which range from picking up worms from broiling concrete paths, to the rescue of a woman from a horrific wildfire – and the lessons he draws from them – help provide answers to the most important quests that we all face:
> How can we make the world better?
> What can really make us happy?
> How shall we live as human beings upon this earth in relation to each other and all of life?

What are people saying about The Angel Corps?
“[Boerger] ...looks at the future of civilization, recognizes constant setbacks, and calls for people to enlist in “The Angel Corps.” Andy envisions a world where everyone puts others first thereby helping to get our society back on track, or ‘perhaps evening allowing it to survive at all’” Philip C. Eyster, author of Soaring Higher.
“I love the message: If everyone were to say ‘I’m in [the Angel Corps] this world would be a much better place.” Robin Bee Owens, author of The Wand.

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