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The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb- A book Description

In the book “The Black Swan,” the author explains the impact of the highly improbable events, namely- The Black Swans- in everyday life. Through numerous accounts and events of the past and several theories and explanations, the reader is acquainted with the black swans in the past and recent histories. The book contains a set of terminologies that the author…

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The Choice by Edith Eger- A book Description

The Choice by Edith Eger gives a clear description of the horrors of the Holocaust. This book is an unforgettable story of the author through the Nazi concentration camps and near-death situations. She takes us through her life, starting from her childhood with her two sisters, parents and grandparents. Edith, along with her one sister and parents, were forced out…

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The Greatest Secret by Rhonda Byrne.

The Greatest Secret is another masterpiece from the renowned author. In each one of her books, she guides us to the powers vested within us. Those powers are already with us and remain hidden because we do not dare to look into us. We tend to look for happiness, success, and satisfaction in the external world. Rhonda Byrne invited on…

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Brief Answers to The Big Questions by Stephen Hawking

The book starts with a brief description of the life of Stephen Hawking.  His initial years in the Universities and his interests in various scientific occurrences have been described in his own words. One uniqueness of this book is that Mr. Hawking has described his academic advances in very few pages. He has also mentioned that his words give more…

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The Four Agreements- By Don Miguel Ruiz

The Four Agreements- By Don Miguel Ruiz The book opens our minds to the lies we have been living. These lies have been passed on to us as a part of our domestication process by our parents, teachers, and society. We are living a dream; not ours, but that of the society we live in. All of us are born…

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Why We Sleep – By Matthew Walker

Why We Sleep – By Matthew Walker This book will change your perspective and approach towards sleep. The saying- “There is plenty of time to sleep when we die” will no more be upheld after reading this book. The author gives an excellent description of the factors affecting sleep, the circadian rhythm, and other biological processes involved in sleep. The…

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The Chimp Paradox- By Prof: Steve Peters

The book gives us a good view of what is happening inside our brain when we respond, react, and take action. We get introduced to the Human, The Chimp, and The Computer, which are scientifically known as the Frontal, Limbic, and Parietal brains, respectively. The author gives a clear description and role of each in a straightforward language that keeps…

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