Book Reviews of The Return of the Ragpicker

The Return of the Ragpicker
The Return of the Ragpicker
Author: Og Mandino
ISBN-13: 9780553299939
ISBN-10: 055329993X
Publication Date: 1/1/1993
Pages: 160
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4.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Simon Potter's message of hope and courage for a troubles world. Here is a simple yet powerful set of principles designed to pooint you, your family, and your entire community toward a more promising, prosperous, and fulfilling tomorrow.
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Nearly 20 years agao in a Chicago parking lot, Og Mandino met a man who changed his life and inspired millions of readers in the pages of Mandono's classic best seller "The greatest Miracle in the World". The man's name was Simon Potter and he called himself the RagPicker---because he had devoted his life to rescuing people who had ended up on lifes refuse pile. But just as suddenly and mysteriously as Simon entered Og Mandino's life, so did he leave it-- his work apparently done.

Three years ago, however, Simon Potter walked into Mamdino's life. Ninty -five years old and going stong, the Rag-picker knew his life work was not yet finished; the world was still mired in frustration and despir, plagued by druges, crime. broken families, and broken dreams. And so, he and Og Mandino vowed to deliver a precious new gift to humankind: a life guide to renewed strength, courage, wisdom, and faith for all.
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Discover the power to change your life and the world around you through this incredible book. It is fantastic.
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THE SEQUEL to THE GREATEST MIRACLE IN THE WORLD by Og Mandino.

Nearly 20 years ago in a parking lot, Og Mandino met a man that changed his life, so he just had to write the story. The man was Simon Potter, and he called himself "a ragpicker" because he had devoted his life to rescuing those folks who have ended up on life's refuse pile. Simon mysteriously disappeared, however, the lessons he taught did not. Og Mandino has recorded this event in his own words. This book is a must read! It is nice to hear some good news about humanity and hope.