I Know How To Live, I Know How To Die

April 2, 2017 Death Awareness

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live-dieI Know How To Live, I Know How To Die
The Teachings of Dadi Janki
A Warm, Radical, and Life-Affirming View of Who We Are,
Where We Come From, and What Time is Calling Us to Do

by Neville Hodgkinson

Frontier science meets deep soul awareness in this unique exploration of the teachings of Dadi Janki, head of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, by Neville Hodgkinson, former Sunday Times science and medical correspondent. I Know How To Live, I Know How To Die conveys the love and strength that emerge within us, and the huge benefits brought to our work and relationships, when we restore our connection with the divine through spiritual understanding and practice.

 

“This is a beautiful book about a beautiful soul. I pray that it will help many people rediscover for themselves their divine beauty, and by sharing this bright light to a dark world.” Rev Dr Marcus Braybrooke, President, World Congress of Faiths.

 

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