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activities for spiritual seekers, including sponsoring conferences and workshops, maintaining a Web site and monthly
Forum, and promoting rare book and DVD titles. In short, more of your DVD payment is put toward TAT's 100%
volunteer efforts. If you aren't already registered, you will need to create an account with CreateSpace before placing
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