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The Magic Of Now

"The Magic of Now" is a collection of over 50 non-fiction articles. It includes topics on health, happiness, self-help and culture, as well as travel adventures from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.TABLE OF CONTENTS1/The Magic of Now Forever2/Reflections on Coffee3/Meditation4/The Happy Vegetable Seller5/Donald Trump6/Greetings from Barbados7/Shadenfreude8/The Wonderful Crystal of ROM9/But Is It Art?10/Fi...

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Publication Date: July 17, 2012
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Language: English
ASIN: B008MO275C
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ding Happiness With His Holiness11/The Dark Side of Dogs12/Better Living Through Bark Control13/Mr. Decameron14/Havana Hold-Up15/Afghanistan Anxiety Attack16/Feeling Good17/What’s The Score?18/There Is No Future19/Who Could Ask For Anything More?20/Cuba: The New Revolution21/Free Will22/I’m So Happy23/Bruges24/Anxious in Algonquin25/Mood Modification26/Stop Complaining27/The Anthropic Principle28/Leaving Santo Domingo29/Taking It Off30/How’s Your Brain Today?31/The Man Who Died on Friday the 13th32/Playing With Dolls33/Better Living with Broccoli34/Prepare To Die35/When Is It All Going to End?36/Gog and Magog37/Is Bad Science Hurting You?38/The Power of Metaphors39/Cycling Home40/Immortality, Maybe41/The Most Interesting Man in the World42/The Smallest Steak in the World43/Placebos and Nocebos44/The Now of Dancing45/Saint Valentine’s Day46/The Third Richest Man In the World47/Cuba: Socialist Paradise48/Too Much Stuff49/Finding Treasure50/Dr. Livingstone’s Heart and Soul51/Swaziland52/Becoming Better and Better Every Day53/Life’s Good54/Thinking About Pollyanna55/Black CatREVIEWS“… by the end of the book, I found myself feeling good. I felt more vibrant. I felt like I could get through this next year in the magic of the moment, instead of worrying about tomorrow or yesterday.” Anne Violette“I enjoyed this book from the beginning to the end. The author has such an intelligent, witty and entertaining way of dealing with what seems like every imaginable topic…” Johann Renner“This is writing in motion, explorative and humorous. A brilliant eclectic combination of autobiographical short stories.” Katy Brodsky