THE RIGHT ANSWER by James A. Decker

THE RIGHT ANSWER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pep talk that accentuates the positive and ignores the negative assures the reader that ""the answer you seek is seeking you,"" and implies that one need only tune in on the universe (and one's inner self) to find it. Develop your intuition, which is another way of saying ""direct knowing."" adapt--""when you hit a stroke of luck, ride it!"" and don't overlook life's hints... fate is not blind. ""We know (in our saner, more reasoned moments) that perfect health is possible;"" in our saner, more reasoned moments, we can only ascribe this effort to the wishful-think.

Pub Date: May 19th, 1967
Publisher: Doubleday