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Also by Deepak Chopra:

What Are You Hungry For?, November 2013
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Brotherhood, June 2013
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Super Brain, November 2012
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War Of The Worldviews, October 2012
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War Of The Worldviews, October 2011
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Muhammad, October 2010
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The Shadow Effect, May 2010
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The Happiness Prescription, November 2009
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Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul, October 2009
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Jesus: A Story Of Enlightenment, November 2008
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Why Is God Laughing?, June 2008
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The Third Jesus, February 2008
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Buddha, May 2007
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Boundless Energy, February 2007
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Fire in the Heart, January 2007
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Life after Death, November 2006
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Ask the Kabala Oracle Cards, October 2006
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Power, Freedom, and Grace, July 2006
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Kama Sutra, June 2006
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The Seven Spiritual Laws for Parents, March 2006
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Teens Ask Deepak, December 2005
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Peace Is the Way, December 2005
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Book of Secrets, September 2005
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Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga, August 2005
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Why Is God Laughing?
Deepak Chopra

The Path to Joy and Spiritual Optimism

Harmony
June 2008
On Sale: June 3, 2008
192 pages
ISBN: 0307408884
EAN: 9780307408884
Hardcover
$25.95
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In this refreshing new take on spirituality, bestselling author Deepak Chopra uses a fictional tale of a comedian and his unlikely mentor to show us a path back to hope, joy, and even enlightenment—with a lot of laughter along the way.

Meet Mickey Fellows. A successful L.A. comedian, he’s just a regular guy, with his fair share of fears, egocentricities, and addictions. After his father’s death, Mickey meets a mysterious stranger named Francisco, who changes his life forever. The two begin an ongoing discussion about the true nature of being. Reluctantly at first, Mickey accepts the stranger’s help and starts to explore his own life in an effort to answer the riddles Francisco poses. Mickey starts to look at those aspects of himself that he has hidden behind a wall of wisecracks all his life. Eventually Mickey realizes that authentic humor opens him up to the power of spirit—allowing him to finally make real connections with people.

After taking the reader on a journey with Mickey, Chopra then spells out the lessons that Mickey’s story imparts to us: ten reasons to be optimistic, even in our challenging world. Chopra believes that the healthiest response to life is laughter from the heart, and even in the face of global turmoil, we can cultivate an internal sense of optimism. Rich with humor and practical advice, Why Is God Laughing? shows us without a doubt that there is always a reason to be grateful, that every possibility holds the promise of abundance, and that obstacles are simply opportunities in disguise. In the end, we really don’t need a reason to be happy. The power of happiness lies within each of us, just waiting to be unleashed. And Mickey Fellows’s journey shows us the way.

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