Pay R115 for a copy of Being Human by Ramesh Ramkumar, valued at R230 (save 50%)

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It’s often been said that most books can be arranged into three categories: Popcorn, for a light read that takes as much concentration as tying your shoelaces, Hamburger for the books that are interesting, but don’t require a knife and fork and can be digested in front of the television and Steak for the books that you really have to chew. Add a new food-group to your literary menu with a book that’s more like chicken soup and pay R115 for a copy of Being Human by Ramesh Ramkumar.

A riveting look into the human condition, Being Human is a personal story of inner-healing and a thought-provoking insight into an engaging human drama. Those who have read it say that anyone who is ready to heal will be touched. Not quite a critique on modern-medicine and it’s slightly alternative pendulum-swinging, incense-burning cousin, the book nevertheless ponders on mankind’s birth-right to live disease-, misery- and medicine-free.

Written by best-selling author Ramesh Ramkumar, Being Human is simply one more book to add to the list of 1001 books you need to read. Said to be a "truly compelling personal story concerning the human experience" by Dr John F Demartini; whether you’re interested in learning the not-so-secrets of a healthier, happier life or you’re the type that gives thoughtful, helpful gifts, Being Human is a compelling addition to any bookshelf.

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 50% on a copy of the best-selling book, Being Human
  • Includes postage
  • Written by Ramesh Ramkumar 
  • Rave reviews by Dr John F Demartini
  • Thought-provoking insight
  • Ideal as a gift

The Fine Print

  • Valid for 3 months
  • To redeem Groupon, order via : beinghuman@telkomsa.net or 031 266 2322
  • Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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