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The Seven Shades of Darkness

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The Seven Shades of Darkness
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: B0071A839C
Number of pages: 144

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In every single waking moment we make simple choices that empower either a higher or lower reality for our lives. Much of the associated thinking taking place without our knowing. The Seven Shades of Darkness looks at the many reasons we in those moments consciously or unconsciously choose to walk the lower path. The path that takes us into the proverbial valley of the shadow of death.

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