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Falling to Heaven: The Surprising Path to HappinessBy James L. Ferrell

Much of the sadness and frustration we feel is actually created by our well-meaning efforts to find happiness. Relief can be found through a divine gospel paradox that rescues us from failed roads and puts us on the surprising path to happiness.

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