What books would you recommend for someone that enjoys reading thought-provoking material?
Different philosophies, religions, the meaning of life, historical true stories, and things of that nature.
Paul Theroux's THE MOSQUITO COAST came immediately to mind. A brilliant man takes his family from "modern" America to the jungle to get back to the basics of life. They build a working utopia ... (don't want to spoil it).
This is a book that poses as many questions as it answers, and it's great for discussions on the conflict between science and religion, the true definition of civilization, intelligence vs. ignorance--to name a few.
Books by Deepak Chopra. He provokes philosophy and philanthropy in a lucid manner.
I like books by Donald Miller. He takes a very pragmatic view of Christian faith.
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Everyone is different but this book has done it for me, couldn't get it out of my mind for a long time:)
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