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 A Deep Breath of Life: Daily Inspiration for Heart-Centered Living         Chicken Soup for the Soul: Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit         Are You As Happy As Your Dog ?         Enough Already: The Power of Radical Contentment

Alan Cohen, M.A., is the author of 23 popular inspirational books, including the best-selling The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, the award-winning A Deep Breath of Life, and the classic Are You as Happy as Your Dog? He is a contributing writer for the New York Times #1 bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his books have been translated into 24 foreign languages. His work has been featured on Oprah.com and in USA Today, the Washington Post, and 101 Top Experts. Website: www.AlanCohen.com

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The life of the body proceeds from the vitality of the spirit; nurture your spirit, and your body will thrive.

— Alan Cohen

The more you recognize the immense good within you, the more you magnetize immense good around you.

— Alan Cohen

The more you rejoice in the happiness of others, the more you rejoice in your own.

— Alan Cohen

The only reason to pay any attention to history is to make the now and the future better.

— Alan Cohen

The road to enlightenment is paved with authenticity, not imitation.

— Alan Cohen

The world you see is less of an indication about the world and more of an indication about your seeing.

— Alan Cohen

To fear or fight evil is to empower evil.

— Alan Cohen

True friends and healers do not limit your options; They expand them.

— Alan Cohen

Truth is compelling not by argument, but by experience.

— Alan Cohen

Unworthiness is simply a case of mistaken identity.

— Alan Cohen

You already have what you need. You already are what you need.

— Alan Cohen

You are destined to become the peer of those you most respect because the greatness you perceive in them is your own.

— Alan Cohen

You believe that a lover will bring you love, but it is your love that will bring you a lover.

— Alan Cohen

You will not solve lack by getting more. You will solve lack by recognizing abundance where you once saw lack.

— Alan Cohen
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