Name a book that changed your life
By - eriecalee
Dune. There’s so much in that book about systems of power and their inherent problems that fully articulated stuff I’d been confused about for years.
Tao Te Ching-Lao Tzu
Such a beautiful book
Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury.
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Honestly, the most profound, touching, and heartfelt book I’ve ever read has been The New Testament. Not preaching, just saying.
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Requiem for a Spanish Peasant by Ramón J. Sender.
I have two actually, the first one I read was 'Sun Tzu: The Art of War' and the second one is 'They Both Die at the End' the first is more of a guide whereas the second one is a lovely compelling story with beautiful characters
‘Lies my Teacher Told Me’ by James W Loewen
Musonius Rufus - Lectures and Fragments
“My year of rest and relaxation”