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Maggy talking about 'Kabbalah Made Easy' at the official launch - Watkins Books in London.

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The Spiritual Laws of Prosperity. Chapter One.

Here is Chapter One of The Spiritual Laws of Prosperity by Maggy Whitehouse. Now available on Kindle and in alternative e-book format.         
Chapter One….On Happiness and Misery.
‘I don’t think of all the misery, but of all the beauty that still remains,’ Anne Frank.
'Regardless of how many boats you send to other shores or how many ships arrive upon your shores, you, yourself are an island, separated by its own pains, secluded in its happiness.’ Kahlil Gibran.
Unhappy people cause all of the trouble in the world.
Unhappy people spread sorrow and grief like influenza, whether it’s small-scale within their homes and families or on an enormous scale like war. No truly happy person could ever find themselves in a situation where they were even partially responsible for a war.
Happy people don’t get into debt. Having been horribly in debt I know through experience that the one thing guaranteed to get you out of debt is following your bliss and being happy. That’s a big one, I know. Debt …

The Love of Money...

I've just come across another blog (via Neale Donald Walsch's FaceBook page) that quotes the alleged Biblical phrase 'The Love of Money is the Root of All Evil.'
I've studied the spiritual laws of prosperity for years now - and written books and taught workshops all over the world. I even went to Birmingham University for a year to study New Testament Greek to try and work out the actual teachings of Jesus about life, soul, spirit - and money. I'd be the first to admit that my Greek is pathetic but I can, at least, recognise Greek words...and 'the love of money is the root of all evil' just isn't there.
The Bible — including The New Testament — is actually a prosperity workbook. It just needs to be looked at with clearer eyes. Nowhere in the world (in my opinion) is there a better instruction on how to become more prosperous than in a clear interpretation of the Old Testament tithing system (and no, it doesn't say give the first ten per cent of yo…