4 Must try helpful book recommendations

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Jhumpa Lahir once famously said: ‘That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.’

There are whole worlds trapped within and they take you to destinations you have never seen and make you feel what you have never felt. Like reading? So, here we are with 4 must try helpful book recommendations for you.

Books hold immense power to make you live the life of the protagonist, feel whatever they feel, immerse yourself in the alien worlds and complex plots that become your new, albeit temporary reality.

Our book taste may vary depending on our current emotional state, and what matches our mood in the particular moment the most. It does not matter if it is a new release or some old classic, long-lost title, or not-at-all popular release.

You connect with books on the spiritual level. The most important impact a book can make on you is the one where it made you grow as a person and the one that made you identify the patterns that prevented your growth.

With the main aim to make you grow as a person.

Here is a shortlist of what you need to add to your reading list.

1.The Little Prince – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

This striking novella, originally intended to be read by children, is one of the most popular classics that offer deep insight into the most important life questions like love, friendship, mental health, addictions, self-respect, imagination, and genuine happiness people often tend to neglect.

As The Little Prince suggests, happiness doesn’t lie in the objects we gather around us. All we have to do is open our eyes and minds to find it.

Profound as it is, this quote says that happiness is not our own but felt and that we need to focus on the world we see with our soul and how it makes us feel.

This is because we always know how we feel but sometimes we ignore that feeling in hopes that at some point in time, we will get to feel better. If you wondered what to read next this is definitely the choice you cannot go wrong with.

The Little Prince is the universal tool of education and self-growth.

2.Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself – Dr. Joe Dispenza

This best seller is the classic amongst the popular psychology books. In this book, Dr. Joe Dispenza discusses the importance of breaking our own habits that lead us to a bad place in life. Namely, the book offers us ways on how to transform all the habits into healthier versions.

People get addicted to the feeling of being bad, identify it as a state of mind and get themself trapped in the loop of constant self-guilt and self-assurance. Dr. Joe Dispenza explained one of the most popular concepts in today’s world and it is the concept of manifesting.

This concept refers to the strength of your mind and how you are able to control everything with it.

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3.Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert T. Kiyosaki

It is almost 25 years since the capital piece of work by T. Kiyosaki was published. This one was and remained one of the most prominent works on the topic of financial independence. This is the story of growing up between two dads, his own poor dad, and his friend’s rich dad.

This offered him insight into investments on both sides and how the priorities are made. This book breaks down the myth that you need to earn a lot of money to be rich.

It actually points out that there is a huge difference between working for money and having money and having your money working for you.

4.Psychology of Money – Morgan Housel

This book explores 19 different ways in which people perceive money and teaches the ways in which life should be better understood. Dealing with money is not as easy as it may appear, and there is one huge truth that not all understand the ways money can work for us.

In the financial world, there are mathematical issues that can be solved by the formulas that can serve the purpose. But, in real-life situations, it does not function like this.

All of the money-related issues are decided and solved at the dinner table or meeting room, and it depends on the unique point of view and perception of the world, ego, pride, etc.

Nowadays, popular psychology tends to be one of the most popular genres because of the capitalist mentality and mental health struggles. Anyway, books are still the factors that make you hold on to common sense.

We hope that this little selection will fascinate you and reawaken your inner reader.