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The Radical Practice of Loving Everyone
A Four-Legged Approach to Enlightenment
by Michael J. Chase
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The Radical Practice of Loving Everyone

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Publisher Hay House
Publication Date April 2013
ISBN 978-1-4019-4202-1

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Is "loving everyone" really possible, as the title of Michael J. Chase's new book suggests?

The answer may surprise you, as he chronicles his journey toward enlightenment, gaining insight from a very unlikely source-a four-legged guru named Mollie, who happens to be the most lovable yet mischievous dog in the world. In his attempt to understand her ability to unconditionally love all, Chase begins to see the world through his best friend's eyes, especially during their morning walks. Mollie's hilarious antics and maddening behavior ultimately lead to profound insights learned at the other end of the leash.

Written with heart and sidesplitting humor, this one-of-a-kind true story of friendship and a divine —albeit outrageous— dog delivers on its promise to reveal a pathway toward enlightenment . . . and brings each of us one step closer to loving everyone.

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Affectionately known as “The Kindness Guy,” Michael J. Chase is one of today's most powerful voices for creating a kinder world. In 2007, following a life-changing epiphany, Michael ended an award-winning photography career to found The Kindness Center. After gaining extensive media attention for his 24 hours of kindness event, he quickly became a sought-after speaker and workshop leader throughout the world. Whether presenting in a classroom, boardroom, or on stage in front of thousands, his message of hope impacts countless lives each year. His new book am I being kind: how asking one simple question can change your life and your world, is now available wherever books are sold. Visit his website: www.TheKindnessCenter.com