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In the Western cultural context, it is often assumed that success and fulfillment are synonymous with the amount of power and influence that one accumulates over the course of a lifetime. In this spiritual tract, theologian Henry Van Dyke contends that the opposite is actually often closer to the truth; in other words, many people become happier when they renounce some of their worldly power and influence. A must-read for Christian believers attempting to reconcile their ambitions with their faith.

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