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Every Day a Friday by Joel Osteen

51KF0VFgBiL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_I’m not one to listen to television preachers.  But since Osteen is a best-selling author (with a megawatt smile to boot) I picked this one up.  Osteen’s premise is that most people are happiest on Friday, since they are looking forward to the weekend and the joy it brings.  He wants to expand that happiness to each day of the week and has divided the book into seven sections.  There’s nothing new here, and there are plenty of platitudes, such as “Don’t Give Away Your Power,” “Travel Light” and “Laugh Often.”  But, if you’re looking for a little sunshine each day, Osteen delivers.

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