that book that you will always remember…
I like Napoleon Hill’s “Think And Grow Rich”. It was written after he studied legends such as Henry Ford and Thomas Edison in person for more than 20 years. Although the book is primarily about money and success, there is so much wisdom to be gained from it. Very inspiring also!
@psychonaut, Why does everyone bum off heidegger nowadays ?
Tell me , why is this man so special ? Why does everyone love him so? And more importantly , what did he say that was so fascinating ? ( in a way so a simpleton like me can understand )
The Book Thief – Markus Zusak; the representation of death and how souls ‘feel’ to him is breathtakingly creative and entirely relatable to. One of the many reasons why its fantastic; if you’ve not read it then put it on your to-read-list, everyone in my family found it almost impossible to put down.
the power of now by eckhart tolle, this is what sparked my pursuit for enlightenment. it will always have a special place in my heart, and always be at the top of my spiritual/new age/philosophical (basically idk what genre to place it in) recommendations list.
@psychoticangel, I love “Tusedays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom. If you want something a bit lighter, read “Sophies world” or “The solitaire mystery” by Jostein Gaarder :)
Or “The Mortal Instruments” – series, those are really good too! :)