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The Eyes of Faith
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by Ben Stein
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The Eyes of Faith

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Publisher Hay House
Publication Date November 2009
ISBN 9781401926854

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An emotion common to humankind is fear. Fear dogs our days, makes us lose sleep, ruins our relationships, and takes the joy out of living. The strongest, best defense against that emotion is to see through the eyes of faith. As such, Ben Stein brings you 500 ways to look at life in this way so that you can triumph over fear.

Ben absorbed many of the positive thoughts within these pages at 12-Step meetings he has attended, he has applied them to his own life, and he's found that they work. They're simple, but extremely effective.

For example:
  • I do not know exactly why faith and surrender work. I just know that they do work.
  • Say it to yourself and believe it: My life is a great place to be today. I would rather be me than anyone else, and that's saying something.
  • Life is about waking up, breaking up, shaking up, making up . . . and meditation to keep the human spirit calm.
  • There are two forms of worship: worship of God and worship of ourselves. Guess which kind works? Taken regularly, concepts such as these will make your life easier, calmer, and definitely more enjoyable.

Thoughts to Bear in Mind to Get Through Even the Worst Days

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Ben Stein, a nationally renowned “Renaissance man,” hosted the long-running quiz show Win Ben Stein’s Money. He is a former White House speechwriter, Wall Street Journal and American Spectator columnist, trial lawyer, law school professor, scriptwriter, and novelist—and author of several self-help books on finance. He has seen the biggest (Richard Nixon) and the most famous (many Hollywood stars) ruin their lives. He has also seen how some seemingly ordinary people made something great of their lives—by doing the opposite of what he sees as ruinous acts and modes of thought. He lectures nationally on finance, politics, and how to improve one’s life.