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Name a book that changed your life

Name a book that changed your life

David1393

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.


PoetofDreams

Tao Te Ching-Lao Tzu Such a beautiful book


alpha_rat_fight_

Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury.


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Tight_Fill1704

Honestly, the most profound, touching, and heartfelt book I’ve ever read has been The New Testament. Not preaching, just saying.


ogeorge247

Atomic Habits by James Clear


UmaJuan

Requiem for a Spanish Peasant by Ramón J. Sender.


PerseusEatsSand

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


MonkeeKnucklez

‘Lies my Teacher Told Me’ by James W Loewen


Felix_Smith

Musonius Rufus - Lectures and Fragments


cookybuttergirl

“My year of rest and relaxation”