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Loving What Is by Byron Katie

The Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East by Baird Spalding

Both of these books had a profound effect on my life and way of thinking.
 

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Why is this in the compost heap?

Will there be a debate about one's favourite books?

A: "my favourite book was Wuthering Heights"

B: "no it bloody well wasn't, you filthy piece of ****"
 

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Why is this in the compost heap?

Will there be a debate about one's favourite books?

A: "my favourite book was Wuthering Heights"

B: "no it bloody well wasn't, you filthy piece of ****"
It's funny because it's true!
 

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I think Silver is used to posting their threads in the Heap, so it was just automatic thought.

The most profound book I have read is Confessions of a Shopaholic.

Okay, that's not true.
 

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The most profound book I've ever read was Charlotte's Web.

No, really.
Good choice!

For me: A prayer for Owen Meaney

Watership Down

Charlotte's Web
 

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I'm not sure I've read much I'd consider profound yet. I don't know. I guess Peter Singer's writings were as close as it gets for me, and life changing. Albert Camus' The Stranger was life changing, too. Although it helped that my emotions were already numbed by a large regimen of zoloft at the time.

I also found many essays of Emerson to be very affirming as a teen. There are also books that have greatly helped me, but I'm not sure they are profound, more instructional.
 

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The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, by Sogyal Rinpoche

ETA: How can anyone take me seriously while looking at that avatar?
I don't know. What is it of?
 

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Star Wars: From The Adventures Of Luke Skywalker, second printing (June 1977) by George Lucas.
I tried for years to find a copy of the complete The Adventures of Luke Skywalker to no avail. Do you own that second printing, TJ?
 

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Conversations with God (books 1-3) by Neale Donald Walsch plus Friendship with God
and Home with God... not to mention the rest in the series...


Peace!
 

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"Kiss My Tiara: How to rule the world as a smartmouth goddess"

One that I think more females should read is "He's Just Not That Into You." I could've written that book. Most of it was common sense to me, but apparently it's not to most women.
 

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>>Pihkal & Tihkal.>>

haha...yehy!

a couple come to mind off-hand, but these are subject to change according to whim:

1844 Philosophical and Economic Manuscripts - Karl Marx

The Tao of Physics.

1984 - Orwell (I guess I should put some fiction in there)

>>"Anthem" by Ayn Rand.>>

OH [email protected]

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