When you Read too Many Non-Fiction Books…

…and start to get diminishing returns for the time invested. 😎
I Need to find something that pushes me forward! 😀

 

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3 thoughts on “When you Read too Many Non-Fiction Books…

  1. You should try ‘if you meet the Buddha on the Road, kill him!’ By Sheldon B Kopp. It’s a book about the journey of psychotherapy patients but really it’s more about reaching a point in your life when you’re struggling to learn from the ‘gurus’ and you need you need to realize that you yourself are in fact now the ‘guru’. It’s a very specialized book and I’m loathed to recommend it. I think you have to have reached a very specific point in your life for it to make sense.

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    1. I will definitely check it out! Sounds right up my alley! It’s sounds like it’s tackling the same themes as “Siddhartha” (though it’s fiction) which was one of my favorite books last year. Have you read it?

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      1. No, I haven’t read it yet. It’s definitely on my to-do list for this year! I’ve heard it’s amazing.

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