WIN IS NO SIN – Giedrius Surplys

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Pages: 240
Language: English
ISBN 9791220135627

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Win is no sin drives us to improve our life by waking up our own potentiality and… make it a masterpiece!
It feels like as if you had the opportunity to absorb all the universal leadership lessons passed through the filter of Christian wisdom in just a few evenings.
Even if you are a non-believer, you will be raptured by the flow of this book and eager to build your own miracle.
Through the quotes of the Bible, and nine interesting conversations with some of the best-known Lithuanian priests, you will dive into the mysteries of faith but also in the simplicity of everyday life, its family dynamics, business matters, joys and sorrows and everything that is part of our earthly journey.

“Is it really a sin to win? No! Losing may be a sin. God
gave you a unique set of qualities, so you can create
miracles. I invite you not to contempt this package and
fully exploit what you own.”

Giedrius Surplys, a Member of the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania, former advisor to Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis and head of the governmental COVID-19 communication group, ex Minister of Agriculture, ex Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, and ex advisor to Minister of Foreign Affairs Vygaudas Ušackas, is no stranger to the world of the words.
He was a speechwriter for the President of the Republic of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaitė, he worked as a print, TV and radio journalist.
Christianity is not new realm to Giedrius either. He participated in the creation of the Lithuanian Catholic youth magazine “Lux” back in 1999 and worked in the Youth Centre of the Vilnius Archdiocese.
In 2002, he initiated the modern Christian music festival “Sielos” (“Soul’s” in Lithuanian) that has been organised for 21 consecutive years. Win is no sin is the author’s first book.

2 reviews for WIN IS NO SIN – Giedrius Surplys

  1. 5 out of 5


    Provocative stuff. Things I had never really thought about Christianity.

  2. 5 out of 5


    Deep and fresh apporach to Christian morals.

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