According to Leo Tolstoy, “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no-one thinks of changing himself.”
Reading bestows us with virtues and perspective which are essential in different walks of life.
The most effective lessons are often elusive and hard to notice, but the morals contained in the books remain fresh each time they are read.
Below are some of these which not only entertain us but also improve our way of living.
1. Who will cry when you die ~ Robin Sharma
When you feel low or lost, pick up this book and you’ll end up developing a distinguished personality with a broad outlook towards life.
2. The Zahir ~ Paulo Coelho
Every line in this book makes sense when you’re stuck over something, unaware of what to do next — whether to ‘hold on’ or ‘move on’. Thank you Paulo Coelho!
3. Notes to Myself ~ Hugh Prather
The sheer determination and honesty in the author’s words will make you relate to the literary work like never before!
4. Anna Dreesed in Blood ~ Kendare Blake
Definitely one of those books you can’t judge by its cover.
5. The Prophet ~ Kahlil Gibran
Despite your religious beliefs, this book proves that Faith isn’t necessarily good and right. Written in 1923, it still feels timeless wisdom written by a sage centuries ago.
6. The Stranger Beside Me ~ Ann Rule
The book is beautifully written and gives a whole new perspective on life, crime, etc which many of us fail to notice.
7. End of Eternity ~ Issac Asimov
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