Hidden Inspiration

Bechtold, Cliff
October 2009
Guideposts;Oct2009, Vol. 64 Issue 8, p16
The author discusses his fondness of the periodical "Guideposts: True Stories of Hope & Inspiration" as he believes that the stories inside can help people. He shares that he leaves copies of the periodical in hotels, airplanes, and airports believing that the right person will find the article that he or she needs the most. The author states that he has heard of the story about Dr. Norman Vincent Peale creating the periodical with the man or woman in the motel.


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