Who’s Hungry? Reciprocity: I Desire to Share My Privileges Because Someone Great Shared with Me | Paperback
by Elisha C. Marks (Author)
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March 26, 2018
Product Description Elisha Marks is a prophet who is passionate about guiding those who are hungry for true salvation and real love to look within for the answers. For it is deep inside our souls where the truth and happiness lies. In her spiritual guidebook, Marks shares wisdom and teachings on how to transform our lives through self-examination, abandon bad habits that take hold of our souls and make us unhappy, embrace positive attitudes, and develop a strong spiritual life. By drawing on her experiences and life lessons, Marks offers a clear road map that leads others through prayer, meditations, reminders, and transformation of thought patterns that release starving souls from the darkness of despair and ultimately open the door to attaining success in all areas of life. Whos Hungry? Reciprocity shares personal stories and wisdom from a spiritual seeker who is passionate about leading hungry souls to find inner-peace, a strong faith, self-love, and a life purpose.
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