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One of my earliest memories is me eating newspapers....I must have been less than 2 ys old. Ok, that wasn't very raw- but it was definitely a sign. Books are one of the most wonderful tools. Reading helps you, comforts you, changes your perspectives, and opens up a door of limitless opportunities. I still "eat" books and I learnt that reading takes me anywhere I wish to go and sometimes even to places where I would not expect to end up. If you read about a subject half hour a day in roughly 5 years you will be a real expert in that subject. Reading is the key to freedom. There is nothing that can not be learnt. Reading is your best friend, your lover, your caring parent. You can go anywhere. There are no good excuses for not reading- so I am sorry I don't want to hear them!!!- I have worked full time as Medical Doctor for 12 years and still managed to read 2-5 books a week most of the time. Lack of time is never a reason. Money is a very bad excuse. Books are cheap (one book costs as much as a drink on Saturday night) and there are plenty of library membership for free. And if money is an issue for you, well look at making your self more valuable so you will have more money and the knowledge you get with a 10$ book can reward you with thousands of dollars. You can borrow books from friends, family, strangers. Reading gives you the best tool ever to become the person you want to be, to achieve all your goals and dreams, to a real FREEDOM. Ignorance is prison, knowledge and awareness will take you to the next level- will make you rich in every sense you wish to be.
Reading is the best investment on yourself. You want to be a better person? Well, work less on your job that pays your bills and work more on yourself (Jim Rohn) this will make your fortune in all the aspects of your life.
Here the idea: lets share how favorite books ONLY ONE PER POST please (but as many posts as you like, the more the better!), it would make it easier for people to follow, tell us your book, the author and a review. If you like it, tell us how it has impacted your life.
I am a passionate reader and I look forward to your suggestions! thanks for helping me in my growth and for helping all the other followers! Happy reading!

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Comment by Sarah B. on February 4, 2013 at 11:39am

Recently read "Emissary of Light" by James Twyman.  Fascinating, non-fiction story about a group meditating for world peace.  Very inspiring....

Comment by Lena Merete Jakobsen on November 7, 2012 at 3:23pm

Thank you, all of you for sharing the books that has inspiring/are inspiring you. I'm pretty new to this community. Reading and keep on educating myself while going raw, feels so valuable and just what I need right now. A lot is happening in my process of shedding off the old. I have time for and with myself now, and no other I "have to" take care of. And that is also new and different for me. And also what a blessing. So I will take good care of myself this upcoming weeks and months - doing my daily running exercise and strenghtening training, good nutrition through the food I'm eating AND enjoying some of the books you guys are recommending. I'm almost done with Dr. Douglas Graham's book 80-10-10, and it is really making an impact on me! So great, and just perfect right now. I wish you all all the best on your journeys and than you for your inspiration by sharing the books!! Love, Lena

Comment by Fruitydelicious Sofi on November 7, 2012 at 12:36pm

Hello, guys! I just finished reading "Kafka on the shore" by Haruki Murakami. It's very easy to read and makes you think and doubt a lot of things. If you really want to enjoy this book, you have to be open-minded for new possibilities. As you progress, everything starts to "make sense", but then... Ok, highly recommended :)
Greetings from Mexico!

Comment by Sarah B. on September 24, 2012 at 12:35pm

I recently read a book called, "Earthing" by Clinton Ober, Stephen T. Sinatra and Martin Zucker.  It's subtitled "the greatest health discovery ever?".

Wonderful, fascinating information about the health benefits of going barefoot or using grounding products.  Much research done.   www.waterfallnaturals.com

Comment by Honeydew Gonne on July 15, 2012 at 1:34pm

I recently finished Planetary Dreams by Robert Shapiro.  Author is a Ph.D Chemistry professor that speculates about life beyond earth, as well as the origins of life on earth.  It is a bit dated, written, in the late 1990s, but much of the information is still valid and interesting!  I would recommend it!

Comment by Janna Bannanna on May 20, 2012 at 3:39pm

That sounds really cool Sarah! Im in the middle of 4 books at the moment lol! Im still in the middle of "The Road Less Traveled", havesince started "Cupid's Poisened Arrow" "Notes to Myself" and "The Secret". I have so many books on my to read list, i have been meaning to read anything by Eckard Tolle for months now. All in perfect timing :)

Comment by Sarah B. on April 22, 2012 at 5:55am

I really enjoyed "The Isaiah Effect" by Gregg Braden.  He talks about how a small percentage of the population can change the energy in the world to peace!

Comment by Sarah B. on April 22, 2012 at 5:52am

Hi, Just finished reading "Wishes Fulfilled" by Wayne Dyer.  It's just wonderful; life-changing, about being the best one can be.  Highly recommended!

Comment by Sideah Shannon on March 13, 2012 at 10:55am

Danodyful.. New earth was life changing for me. I first read it four years ago, but I still have to read it again and again! So happy that so many people are reading it

Comment by Danodfyful on February 9, 2012 at 11:49am

Eckard Tolle The New Earth A life changing book for me. I have view life in a new way and  what I call "I" has completely changed along with everything. I'm at peace and it's wonderful because of a book written by a person. The ideas and concepts were and are put into action and the change is me, Amazed and thankful.

 

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