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Amazon Tracks the Most Highlighted Verse in the Bible

Amazon Tracks the Most Highlighted Verse in the Bible

In Worry Less, Live More, Robert J. Morgan illustrates the fact that many in society are very conscious of anxiety:

Amazon keeps track of your highlights. When e-book owners mark sentences, the online retailer knows and notes it. Recently Amazon released a list of the most popular passages ...

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