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I nominate The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma.
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If you lived in my country, I would nominate a Kenyan book. But since thats not the case, I have another recommendation. I love the Lord of the Rings. I know how old fashioned this may sound and you've probably read it but maybe it's another time to read it.
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I really enjoyed reading through In it Together, and it put forward a lot of great concepts and ideas that I could relate to. Reading through this book reminded me of some of the messages that arise inside some of Alan Watts' books. I would highly recommend the book The Book, On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are by Alan Watts. I definitely see a lot of similarities between these two books, which continues to speak about the ways that we humans are indeed In It Together.
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Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey
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Post by Owuamanam Eberechukwu »

Perfect.

I will love to nominate the book "Awareness" by Anthony De Mello, published by Doubleday. The book is a great read, philosophical, and piercing. The author can reach out to the reader's soul without the reader's consent.
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One of my absolute favorite books is: The Hate List by Jennifer Brown. In all my years of reading, I have yet to find another book I like as much as that one.
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I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times by Monica Guzman
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Have you read Sophie's World? It's a great philosophical book!
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The Other Americans: A Novel by Laila lalami
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I will suggest reading The Entrepreneur's Mindset by M. Lalia Helmer, especially as a business owner. It contains several lessons that you may find as beneficial as I did. It has been one of my favorites this year.
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Meghan Sica wrote: February 6th, 2023, 7:28 pm Have you read Sophie's World? It's a great philosophical book!
I did read that. I love that book! I really liked the concept of spirits or ghost-like entities being more solid than solid objects. That's what I remember the most about that book. :)
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Nominations are now closed. I have just now posted the official poll to vote on the nominations. :D
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