Question 1101

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23 Responses to “Question 1101”

  1. Lockleigh:

    “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald

  2. Eva:

    “The Run” by Caleb Azumah Nelson. And I can’t wait until it’s published for you all to be inspired too 🙂

  3. Stephanie:

    Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.

  4. Either “Good Calories, Bad Calories” by Gary Taubes or “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. The first forever changed how I look at food, the second changed how I see the world.

  5. Anton:

    “The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists” by Neil Strauss.

  6. shipra:

    book of life, that started with my life and will end with my life.

  7. Mazl:

    The bible

  8. Eljai:

    My oldest brother’s high school biology textbook. It got me started on a life long study of biology.

  9. Jennifer:

    The Bible, then Farenheit 451.

  10. Adulruna:

    Bluebirds by David W. Frasure.

  11. “RICH DAD AND POOR DAD” by Mr. Robert Kiyosaki……it is a best book for every one who want to quite 9 to 5 rat race and wanted to build business.

  12. The First I read that changed me inside was at age 19 — titled “Way of the Peaceful Warrior” — amazing book on how your thinking creates your reality.. Fiction with a Guru/Student flavor — the second–“Dont sweat the small stuff, and its all small stuff” – chock full of great advice, mostly taught me I dont have to argue my point to be right, I cant just not engage and still be right. haha. I loved Tuesdays with Morrie.. but the life changer for me – the real life changer hands down was THE SHACK. This helped me navigate my deep love for God and my distain and distaste for the church and organized religion.. It truly helped me. It helped me see that there is no disliking of certain types of people, with God, we only do that with each other..He only Loves. He is way way cooler than anyone can ever understand.

  13. sean graves:

    The Sourcefield by David Wilcock is a life changer i would recommend to anyone it will blow your mind and open you up to perspectives you never thought you could.


  14. Sergiu:

    The 6 pillars of self esteem – Nathaniel Branden

  15. Teacher Shiel:

    How Women Mess Up Their Lives. AWESOME BOOK!

  16. Ria:

    Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. I read it as a teenager and it really helped mature my views of romance and marriage, and telling the difference between destructive and healthy love!

  17. Cindy:

    The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying

  18. From time to time we will be encountering the book/s that change lives. And almost in one way or another, in their own time these are the book we considered most life changing book.

    And for now, what I found life changing is the book written by Cornelious R. Stam entitled: “THINGS THAT DIFFER”… Again that’s only according to me, because i found lots of discovery about the eternal destiny of a man and how during the times that we know, we still have chance of greater understanding why things happened to me and maybe to others too, but too often we can say why is is that for one, it seemed true but for others why is that not true… So According to the Scriptures: “Study to show thyself approved…”… 2 Tim 2:15-16

  19. Katie:

    The Bible, and then Michael J Fox’s “Lucky Man”

  20. Jude:

    Lakehouse by James Patterson

  21. Jim:

    1984-George Orwell

  22. Jacey:

    The Book Thief by markus zusak AND Wasteland by Francesca lia Block. I read them when I was 13 and they gave me a new perspective

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