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What's the best book you ever read ?

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The Code Of The Extraordinary Mind - Vishen Laikhinai 


"Unburdened and Becoming" - Bon Iver

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Nice recommendations.  

Thanks everyone ☺ 


all that matters is the quality of the present moment. Because that's all there is to reality. A present Moment 😇

 

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The Sedona Method. Has been invaluable in helping me master my emotions

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Spring Snow by Yukio Mishima


In the depths of winter,
I finally learned that within me 
there lay an invincible summer.

- Albert Camus

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FICTION:

Norwegian Wood - Haruki Murakami
1Q84 - Haruki Murakami

NON-FICTION:

The Book of Secrets - Osho
Raja Yoga - Swami Vivekananda
Aghora: At the Left Hand of God - Robert Svoboda

A Million Thoughts - Om Swami

The Undiscovered Self - Carl Jung

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  1. Conversations with God
  2. Herman Hesse: Siddartha
  3. Herman Hesse: Steppenwolf

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I'm reading think and grow rich now. Based on what I've heard it's supposed to be one of the best books out there.


I left this forum because a moderator has a problem with me talking positively about myself and giving advice. This reflects the forum as a whole. This place is negative, bitter, hateful and anti success. If you don't notice this that's because you're one of them. I hope some of you benefited from my posts. Take care.

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Not sure. One of my favorites,

Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach. Loved it.


I am God. I am Love. I am Infinity. I am Batman.

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I dunno about all time fav.. but I liked...

Walden

Ralph waldo emerson 

Man's search for meaning

The book of not knowing

The Bible (parts)

Carnage and culture

Guns germs and steel

The body keeps the score 

Outlines of phyrrhonism by sextus empiricus


"Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down"   --   Marry Poppins

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4 hours ago, Matt23 said:

I dunno about all time fav.. but I liked...

Walden

Ralph waldo emerson 

Man's search for meaning

The book of not knowing

The Bible (parts)

Carnage and culture

Guns germs and steel

The body keeps the score 

Outlines of phyrrhonism by sextus empiricus

@Matt23 Welcome to my blocklist ;)

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44 minutes ago, Michael Jackson said:

@Matt23 Welcome to my blocklist ;)

What's a blocklist? 

It doesn't sound good... lol


"Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down"   --   Marry Poppins

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The ever present origin and Sex, ecology and spirituality.  

 

I was very impressed when I read them when I was young, I don't know if they would impress me as much today though

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there is only ONE BOOK.

Systems Thinking for Business Architecture 

 

its the GOAT of the GOATS


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