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Great Quotes from the Sara Books
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lifeisgood
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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 12:40 am
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"Solomon it works" "of course it works Sara. It always works. Everything always works. Solomon smiled. Anything and everything you could ever want always works out if you'll only let it."

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 12:46 am
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Thank you...I love the Sara books...::group

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 01:49 am
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Ooh - these are the only AH books I havent read yet - will have to go and get them! They sound brilliant. And I can pass them onto my teenager too - altho might have to cover up the author - she thinks all this Abe stuff is crap ::LOL

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 02:19 am
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your teen might find them too baby-ish. esp if she thinks abe is crap.lol...just let her mum shine, that brilliance will be all she needs.:kiss:

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 03:03 am
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"So, Solomon, what's next?" Sara asked excitedly, understanding that Solomon can see clearly into the near and distant future.

More, Solomon said simply.

"More of what?" Sara asked.

More of whatever you give your attention to.

Sara laughed.  "Oh, yea. It's always that way isn't it?"

It is, indeed, my friends.  It always has been, and it always will be
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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 05:17 am
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Evey wrote: your teen might find them too baby-ish. esp if she thinks abe is crap.lol...just let her mum shine, that brilliance will be all she needs.:kiss:
Oh, what a sweet angel you are Evey!::TU

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 01:34 pm
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"Solomon are you always this happy?" "Well yes Annette, I guess I always am. The alternative is unacceptable." Sara looked at Solomon. She admired his consistant philosphy of always looking for something to feel good about. She wished that she could be more like him. "Unacceptabe?" Annette responded, "you make it sound like its always your choice." "it always is." "But Solomon, sometimes things just happen that you cant control that make you feel bad."" I know that sometimes it feels that way Annette, but that is never true. In time you will come to understand that you can always control the way you feel.

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 04:09 pm
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funny, my 10 & 12yo loves LOA but thinks the Sarah tapes are way too babyish and want nothing to do with them.

They sure like the check writing process for anything they want.  They pretend to give it to the store cashier, then it goes to the bank.  Then they tear the check up because they got their stuff.

pretty cool, huh.


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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 05:58 pm
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chillinjoan wrote: funny, my 10 & 12yo loves LOA but thinks the Sarah tapes are way too babyish and want nothing to do with them.

They sure like the check writing process for anything they want.  They pretend to give it to the store cashier, then it goes to the bank.  Then they tear the check up because they got their stuff.

pretty cool, huh.



I think any tween and teen will think it is too babyish--but actually it is perfect  for US out of highschool and into the adult world!

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 07:49 pm
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I think that the Sara books are the most advanced of any Abe materials I've ever read.::nod

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 07:51 pm
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lifeisgood wrote: I think that the Sara books are the most advanced of any Abe materials I've ever read.::nod

I agree too! I know that Esther meant them for littles...but they really are good for anyone *asking* and i think that is the key. Are they asking?

Thank you for quoting Jerry! :kiss:

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 10:55 pm
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I just read the 1st Sara book last weekend. Amazing. I was taking notes.. I'll have to find my paper. I've passed it on to my oldest daughter who just read it. She loved the thought of the "chain of joy.. instead of chain of pain". I'll be re-reading it soon.

Last edited on Thu Jul 1st, 2010 10:56 pm by SeekingRelief

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 Posted: Thu Jul 1st, 2010 11:27 pm
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yeah, I tried to make it required reading over the Summer. 
That didn't go over well, so not saying notin to nobody.

We are about to cut pictures out of magazines for our LOA box, we just throw it all in together because we figured we all want each other to get theirs.

I am sure someday they will get curious again.  The Sarah books aren't' going anywhere.  I even have a bookcase just for Abraham material.  Nothing else is allowed on those shelves.

gotta go, they are calllling to me.........

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 Posted: Fri Jul 2nd, 2010 06:45 am
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And as you practice turning your thoughts to things that do feel good----now you have discovered ::stardustthe secret to life.::stardust

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 Posted: Fri Jul 2nd, 2010 10:32 am
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I love this thread!!

I read somewhere that Abraham Hicks have ideas to turn the series into a musical...

That would be so wonderful !!!

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 Posted: Fri Jul 2nd, 2010 11:35 pm
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Deester wrote: Ooh - these are the only AH books I havent read yet - will have to go and get them! They sound brilliant. And I can pass them onto my teenager too - altho might have to cover up the author - she thinks all this Abe stuff is crap ::LOLI just bought the first Sara book and finished it in one day! I love it. I ordered the next two.

"I think I am beginning to understand this, Solomon." "Yes Sara, I believe you are. Now that you are consciously wanting to understand this, it's my expectation that you will have many opportunities to figure it out. Have fun with this Sara". Made  bold  by me.

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 Posted: Sat Jul 3rd, 2010 05:47 pm
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Is that true? 

a Musical??

or they were just kidding and fooling around.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 12th, 2010 03:54 am
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To all US Sara Book lovers here, I was listening to the new bi-monthly mp3 from San Antonio, 4-24-10, today and Abraham mentioned book 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 !

That's all. So book four must be close in manifesting into physical form soon. YEAH!

::heartsMaureen

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 Posted: Fri Aug 13th, 2010 11:38 pm
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The musical was posed by someone in the hotseat, not by Jerry and Esther.

RR

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 Posted: Sat Aug 14th, 2010 07:33 pm
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CATHERINE O'HARA

would be the perfect person to play Esther


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