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Judgement

Judgement

The book is a simple yet powerful guide to personal growth and self-improvement, and it has been widely popular among readers seeking to improve their lives. Ruiz’s writing is easy to understand and his message is clear and direct. He uses examples from his own life and the lives of others to illustrate his points and help readers relate to the material.

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