Yes, a book called One Second After changed my life forever.
The Count of Monte Cristo - mostly because it was one of the only books I have ever read and it was literally amazing. Simply Christian by NT Wright is one that will seriously make you think about what you believe and why
Yes, absolutely. 'The Way of the Wizard' by Deepak Chopra. I have read it well over a dozen times, and it has changed me a little every time I read it.
It is easily my favourite book.
The first book that I could remember reading when I was in elementary school was 'Where the Red Fern Grows'. I cried at the end of the book. I loved that I felt something..anything. It was the first book where the scenes actually played out like a movie. That book made me love reading and eventually writing. I have Where the Red Fern Grows to thank for what I love doing even to today.
Yes. To Kill a Mockingbird absolutely changed me life. Atticus Finch changed my life. He recruited me to the call for natural justice and gave me the courage to stand up for my convictions. He taught me about the essence of bravery. Through all that, he inspired me to write. I will always be grateful to Atticus Finch.
reading a book can always help you in many ways reading when you are young will always change your life
Absolutely! Madeleine L'Engle's autobiographical tale, "A Circle of Quiet," left a permanent imprint on my life. The book really influenced my interest in philosophy.
The best books always leave an imprint on the reader.
I read "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" ("Profoundly important... full of insights into our most perplexing contemporary dilemmas... It is intellectual entertainment of the highest order." -- The New York Times) by Robert M. Pirsig, when I was 17, and struggled through it with some difficulty - made easier by my rapt interest and strong intention to reread in the future...
Years later I did reread it, and found that many of the insights I'd had in the intervening years as a result of my own life experiences were closely mirrored in my clearer understanding of the book's subject matter - forever making me a firm believer in the power of subconscious information-processing. I've heard this book described as "the most widely read book on philosophy, ever" - but I can't find an attribution, and my most recently acquired copy happily resides in the possession of a dear friend to whom I loaned it eagerly. This "inquiry into values" is an amazing book that many before (and after) me have found wonderfully life-changing.
Yes, several times, actually. There is one called "Hope Of The Wicked" that explains most of the things that happen in this world today, combine that one with a Bible, and good companion texts, and you've got the universe most close to you covered,
The books written by Robin Sharma and Dale Carnegie have been a part of my motivational status of life
by Don Ship 7 years ago
Which one and why, if yes?
by Pete 5 years ago
What non-fiction book have you read that has changed your life?Personally, I have had a few, but the one that sticks out for me is "Wild at Heart" by John Eldredge. It talks about fatherhood and having a warrior heart.
by Ruchira 7 years ago
Has reading a book ever changed your life? Which one? and how and why, if it did change your life?
by Unleashed Freedom 6 years ago
Five books that changed your outlook to life?
by Haunty 5 years ago
I'm sure this has been asked tons of times in this forum (yes, I just said tons of times), but I still want to ask. What are some books, or The Book that have/has had a huge impact on your life? I'm not entirely convinced that a book is really capable of changing your life, because to do that you...
by Terry Harman 4 years ago
Has reading a book ever changed your life? If yes. Which book and why?
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