A review of "The Monk who sold his Ferrari" by Robin S. Sharma. This is a fascinating story, inspiring and motivational. A book to live by.
This book looks into the possible dreams of Albert Einstein, all of them considering time and space and place in the Universe. The dreams are enchanting and engaging.
What links a scandal in Victorian England, the story of a boy who knows nothing of a world beyond the room where he was born, and a collection of stories about people on the move?
Former President of the National Council of Churches and well sought after speaker, Dr. James Armstrong explains ways in which changing our lives can change our outcomes and our futures.
In an incredibly comprehensive, detailed, and brilliant tome, Science and Polity in France reveals the complex development of science and its relationship to science in the tumultuous years of the French Revolution.
A review of "The Woman in Cabin 10" by Ruth Ware. Perfect for those who love a quick but thrilling read.
The Infidel Next Door focuses on the lives of two main protagonists - Aditya, a young Hindu priest and Anwar, son of a Muslim imam. Both hold strong beliefs, both are embroiled in family affairs. There is violence and corruption, love and hope. A sensitively written, insightful book.
This article reviews the book, and talks about the author's writing process, so readers can learn from the experts. Notedly, Doerr wrote this 544 Pulitzer bestseller in 10 years.
If politics and campaign ads seem intolerable during the 2010s, please visit the 1860s and look at the US House of Representatives in this presentation. The Steven Spielberg film Lincoln (2012) will show it all to you up close. I've included one of the best video clips.
Before the Wachowskis, there was E.M. Forster