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Roadmaps to joy!

Richarad Bach, Illusions, quote 5

The simplest questions are the most profound. Where were you born? Where is your home? Where are you going? What are you doing? Think about these once in a while, and watch your answers change.

Richard Bach, Illusions, quote 3

We magnetise into our lives whatever we hold in our thought, for instance – if that is true, then somehow I have brought myself to this moment for a reason and so have you. Perhaps it is no coincidence that you are holding this book; perhaps there’s something about these adventures that you came here to remember.

Yellow chrysanthemum at National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow, India

Richard Bach, Illusions, quote 2

I do not enjoy writing at all. If I can turn my back on an idea, out there in the dark, if I can avoid opening the door to it, I won’t even reach for a pencil.

But once in a while there’s a great dynamite burst of flying glass and brick and splinters through the front wall and somebody stalks over the rubble, siezes me by the throat an dgently says, ‘I will not let you go until you set me in words on paper.’ That’s how I met ‘Illusion’.

Richard Bach, Illusions, quote 1

What if someone came along who could teach me how my world works and how to control it? What if a Siddharth or a Jesus came into our time, with power over the illusions of the world because he knew the reality behind them? And what if I could meet him in person…

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