Best Books To Read Before You Die
A book is portrayed a man’s life and life in nature. Every single page of a great book is a treasure of man’s wise and noblest thoughts.
Books are the gift of life, the notability of a bibliophile and a human’s best friend. Books are like a mirror, we see our reflection in them and it portrays us completely.
Good books are just like good buddies, are few and chosen; the more you select, the closer it gets.
When we don’t have a shoulder to yowl on we can unfold all our hardships on a book and the strain & stress on our brain and heart will diminish.
Books are not only one’s best friend but they are also the ocean of wisdom thereby helping us to be wiser. They provide us the knowledge which is impossible to extract. They are a man’s prized possession.
Books are the silent and most true friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of mentors. A person not in any way will ever stay alone if he/ she has great books. Books enlighten us deep within. Books are never failing friends. They help us shape our minds.
And some of the great books one must read in their life are:
The very famous book The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is one of the spiritual-philosophical books which suggests never to lose hope. It teaches that when a person really desires something from the heart, the whole universe will conspire to help that person realize his dream.
The 7 Habits of highly effective people
This is a business and self-help book written by Stephen Covey. He explains we all can succeed and one path to success is identifying the habits that can help us on our journey. The author identifies 7 habits that can lead us to the road to success.
The Monk who sold his Ferrari
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is one of the best-selling motivational books, written by Robin Sharma. The book is about the journey of Julius Mantle, a successful attorney, who lands India and travels to the Himalayas in search of spiritual peace in his out-of-balance life. The book is undoubtedly one of the most inspirational books you will ever come across.
How to win friends and influence people
How to win friends and influence people is one of the most influential books written by Dale Carnegie. The book is basically based on the art of dealing with and influencing people. The author mentions, “If there is anyone secret of success, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from that person’s angle as well as from your own” which is true, and thus this book helps every individual to understand another person in a better way.
This is one of the bestselling books, written by Malcolm Gladwell. In the book, Malcolm Gladwell explains how success is more than what we have understood for centuries. He explains how being a genius is over-rated. Success is not just about innate ability. Success is the combination of a number of key factors such as opportunity, meaningful hard work (10,000 hours to gain mastery), time & place of birth, and your cultural legacy. Random factors of chance, such as when and where you were born along with your economy and culture can influence the opportunities you have.
Gladwell brings alive his assertions primarily through the use of individual stories of triumph.
The subtle art of not giving a f*ck
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson is an unconventional self-help book. When almost all the self-help books focus on doing ‘something’ this book focuses on “Not Giving A F*ck!” to the events that don’t matter and not doing something about every event in our lives. The book suggests enjoying the journey instead of focusing on end results.
The Animal Farm written by George Orwell is a book based on the Russian revolution. The book is a fictional story about animal rebellion. The book is based on the real-life events that followed the Russian Revolution of 1917. The story is about Mr. Jones, the owner of Manor Farm, who is a mean, heartless man, and he butchers the pigs and drowns dogs when they get too old. One day, a prize-winning boar named Old Major encourages the farm animals to rebel against the cruel humans.
Life of Pie
The Life of Pie was written by the Canadian author Yann Martel and has been a best seller across the globe. The book is about a young boy from India, named Pi, who survived a torment shipwreck and travels across the Pacific Ocean for months in a lifeboat. In this journey, the companion of Pi was a large Bengal tiger named Richard Parker, who was with him in the boat.