Author Topic: Book recommendations  (Read 499 times)

[Buddie]

Book recommendations
« on: December 01, 2020, 01:33:57 am »
I found an old thread on book recommendations and wanted to start an updated thread. What books do you feel would help someone in withdrawal?

Iím reading a beautiful book that I think would benefit many of us:

More Beautiful Than Before by Steve Leder

Every one of us sooner or later walks through hell. The hell of being hurt, the hell of hurting another. The hell of cancer, the hell of a reluctant, thunking shovel full of earth upon the casket of someone we deeply loved, the hell of betrayal, the hell of betraying, the hell of divorce, the hell of a kid in trouble . . . the hell of knowing that this year, like any year, may be our last. We all walk through hell. The point is not to come out empty-handed. . . . There is real and profound power in the suffering we endure if we transform that suffering into a more authentic, meaningful life.


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[Buddie]

Re: Book recommendations
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2020, 04:35:14 am »
I donít know if these are the right genre , but 2 books Iíve read that I found empowering by people who have faced adversity and come through better versions of themselves are canít hurt me by David goggins and finding ultra by rich roll.
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