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Book Three: Man's Search for Meaning

He who has a ‘why’ to live can bear with almost any ‘how’ – Nietzche

Genre: Psychology, 170 pages

Man’s search for meaning” is a beautiful narrative by Dr.

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Book Two: Influence - The Psychology of Persuasion

Where all think alike, no one thinks very much. – Walter Lippman

Genre: Psychology, 270 pages

“Influence” by Dr. Robert Cialdini was recommended by Charles Munger in his famous lecture titled “The Psychology of Human Misjudgement”.

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Book One: Moonwalking with Einstein

There are no limits. There are plateaus, but you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. If it kills you, it kills you – Bruce Lee…

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Thomas Merton: A companion for the solitary walk

Merton is deep.  I knew this going into this volume.  I’ve read other works by Merton and I have encountered just how high my waders need to be.  1,184 more words

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171 Hallowe’en Party

Nothing could be more agreeable than a juicy English apple — And yet here were apples mixed up with broomsticks, and witches, and old-fashioned folklore, and a murdered child.

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Review: Seeds of Time.

“‘It was his idea of cosmic dissonance. The idea that the two realities would be inimical to each other, setting up a dissonance that would move toward resolution. 522 more words

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Review: Mommy, May I?

” ‘It’s crazy how we always think we have time to tell people we know just how we feel, and then they can be gone in a heartbeat and we missed our chance.’ “ 393 more words

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