The Fifth Mountain

“There are inevitable moments of misfortune which interrupt our lives. However, they happen for a reason.” Sometimes the world seems to have conspired against us, and so we ask ourselves, “Why does this have to happen to me?” Confronted by the inevitable, some of us become discouraged; others …
 
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Comments

  1. dina samir says:

    i agree with the writer that things happened in our life for areason and some times we think that what happened to us
    means god hate us but god means exames our souls and wants us to be more patient and when we got over it we learn many things even in difficult time god wants the good thing for us

  2. Martin Luidor says:

    Really penetraiting book,i really like it.It will not be ovestating to say that this is modern philosophy.I could say many other superlatives but English is not my mother language!

  3. Martin Luidor says:

    Really penetraiting book,i really like it.It will not be ovestating to say that this is modern philosophy.I could say many other superlatives but English is not my mother language!

  4. Andrea Djukic says:

    Beautifully written…I mean I didn’t expect nothing less