Victoria, Australia (PRWEB) November 06, 2012
World peace at times, seems like an unreachable dream that grows more elusive as time passes. But co-authors Glenys Rochford and James Hearn believe that it is attainable. In this part fictional, part educational book, they unravel The Hidden Mysteries: How To Live Edition II and offer possible remedies for some of the world’s biggest problems today.
“This is the book most of the world has been waiting for. After over 60 years of intensive study and research, it is the answer to lasting peace, the conquering of evil on our planet and much, much more. It is the answer to life,” the authors declare.
In this enlightening book, Rochford and Hearn shed light on how one can personally begin to have a better life. The Hidden Mysteries: How To Live Edition II presents practical solutions to crime, violence, terrorism, war and all anti-social behaviour—including bullying. Readers will learn how to have a better and happier life as they discover what life is all about. They will unravel the answer to lasting world peace and total freedom. They will know precisely what evil is and how to conquer it. Included in this book are written lessons for teachers and parents for the 9 values introduced into all Australian schools in 2008. Readers will uncover more incredible insights as they browse through the pages.
Written in a fictional setting but based on the authors’ personal experiences and opinions, The Hidden Mysteries: How To Live Edition II takes readers on an amazing journey—one filled with seemingly humungous challenges. It reveals their understanding of life as well as a renewed way of serving humanity, the country and planet Earth. Any move toward change no matter how little, can already make a difference.
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The Hidden Mysteries * by Glenys Rochford and James Hearn
How To Live Edition II
Publication Date: August 17, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 294 pages; 978-1-4653-9636-5
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 294 pages; 978-1-4653-9637-2
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