Please note, links to all the Freedom Essays are included at the end of this News Flash. Open any essay to read, print, download, share or listen to it (as a podcast).



**** NEWS FLASH ****


We’re thrilled to announce
the release of a revised edition of
Transform Your Life And Save The World!


Jeremy Griffith has made some significant additions to Transform Your Life And Save The World (TYL), making this very short condensation of his definitive treatise FREEDOM even more powerful! The hardcopy version of this 2019 revised edition has the new ISBN 978-1-74129-048-6.


Cover of book ‘Transform Your Life And Save The World’ 2nd Edition, by Jeremy Griffith


To see exactly what has been added to TYL, a version of it with the new material highlighted in pink is provided at​TYL-with-2019-additions-showing.

As with all of Jeremy’s publications, this 2019 revised edition of TYL is freely available on the WTM’s website to be read, printed and shared (and it is also available through bookshops, including Amazon). There is also an audio version of this 2019 edition of TYL, beautifully narrated by Tim Macartney-Snape, which can be accessed for free on our website.


Discussion or comment on this News Flash is welcomedsee below.




These essays were created in 2017-2019 by Jeremy Griffith, Damon Isherwood, Fiona
Cullen-Ward, Brony FitzGerald & Lee Jones of the Sydney WTM Centre. All filming and
editing of the videos was carried out by Sydney WTM members James Press & Tess Watson
during 2017-2019. Other members of the Sydney WTM Centre are responsible for the
distribution and marketing of the videos/​essays, and for providing subscriber support.


WTM Admin

This Blog Post was written by WTM Admin on August 23, 2019


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