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The Five Lessons Of Life By Bill Adams

The Five Lessons Of Life

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An inspiring, beautifully written, true story, this extraordinary book is the account of how the author, Bill Adams, went walking in the Himalayas where he met a mysterious local man of the mountains who gradually imparted his five 'Lessons of Life', before disappearing.
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The Five Lessons Of Life by Bill Adams

An inspiring, beautifully written, true story, this extraordinary book is the account of how the author, Bill Adams, went walking in the Himalayas where he met a mysterious local man of the mountains who gradually imparted his five 'Lessons of Life', before disappearing. These lessons concern how to know youself better, how to fulfil your needs, how to become more effective in everything you do, how to deal with problems, and guidance on your behaviour with others. After searching for and dispairing of ever finding the man again, Adams is visited in New Delhi by a computer engineer who, by an extraordinary coincidence, brings a message from the guru, a message Adams cannot refuse: it is now time to share the Five Lessons of Life.

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About Bill Adams


Bill Adams is an Englishman married to an Indian educationalist. After leaving school at 16 and unloading lorries for a time, he went to night school and then won a scholarship to university. Following a postgraduate diploma at Oxford University he lectured in Communications, wrote radio scripts, formed a theatre company - and now lives in New Delhi where he runs training courses for computer software companies, heads a Soccer Academy and writes regularly for newspapers of the Indian sub continent.

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GOR003060817
The Five Lessons Of Life by Bill Adams
Bill Adams
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Ebury Publishing
2000-05-04
192
0712670750
9780712670753
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.