it's wasn't even "finished" and i still think this is required reading for all humans.
his masterpiece, IMO best book of "our time" (child of the 80s)
Immanuel Kant's Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics
if that proves too challenging, try Three Little Pigs. It has a happy ending, I'm sure you'll like that
Veronica Decides to Die; The Giver; Sandman Slim; Rich Dad, Poor Dad; Pride and Prejudice and Zombies; A Tail of Two Cities; Great Expectations; The Alchemist... All I can think of right now
> Im not a faggot btw.
I know you're not OP but you are the biggest faggot on b/. Nice job buddy.
kahlil gibran- The Prophet
I'm just trying to figure out what's going on in this picture.
Either fake dick, girl has world's smallest hands, or edited somewhere, it doesn't even reach his belly button, yet her hand is barely a third of it.
My favorite book. It's very short and non-fiction.
Had to make certain, sorry.
After reading the first chapter of Broom of the System, I became completely hooked into DFW.
Before I was a shitty sci-fi reader. Now I've moved on to actual literary fiction with a real plot and messages.
> Reading siddartha
> Huurrr durr buddism the passive water and shit
> Not reading The Douctrine of Awakening by Evola
> Not knowing shit about buddism and buying popular culture.
> Suggesting it at "Life chaging book" thread.
Mfw I see this.
Looking For Alaska by John Green.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Steven Chbosky
Both are basically books with main characters who would be /b/tards in real life, so you can relate pretty easy. Both will change your life, guaranteed. God-tier books.
Broom of the System was my first, too, and I got instantly hooked.
Have you read Oblivion? talk about life-changing...
You sound mad. Don't like people disagreeing with you? I know your reason for this isn't because you care about them and want them to see your truth that you believe.
On the other hand, Christians present their truth that they believe to people like you out of love and compassion for your soul. They care about you. They believe in a God that cares about you.
I'm not claiming sides, just pointing out who sounds like the better crowd here.
the quran is the biggest piece of shit on earth.
never has there been more bullshit in a book.
muhammad was a child fucking nigger lover.
get it through your thick skulls.
there. is. no. supreme. being. just. death.
there's nothing more pleb than criticizing someone who means well.
actually saying you believe siddartha cannot be an initiatory book just shows how far your head is up your ass. i bet its really nice and zen in there.
You're right, sorry.
Anyhow speaking a little about the book itself ( The Douctrine of Awakening), it was made by a cristian to overcome his own extential crisis.
It speak alot about buddism but goes to the inner of all religion, the so called ascentism. It speaks about the pure buddism recalling the first scripts made after the death of siddarta.
Is more about self awareness of the world and connection to the real world than it is to the buddism itself, even though it show off siddartha as he trully was. A warrior that awake to the spiritual world. Siddartha was from a warrior caste and was prophest in his life that he was the one who would unit all India or bring the peace by the word.
No book truly changed my life. Ones that contributed to my outlook include;
Catch 22, The Pursuit of Oblivion, A Scanner Darkly, Cats Cradle, Tell Me No Lies (possibly a cheat since its a collection) and Brave New World.
How the fuck did you tards get away without mentioning The Road for this long.
Agree. You should read the origins of the fascist ideology, ie tradicionalism. Is alot lesser edgy than fascist and better reading.
I wuv u anon ;_;
B.E.E. Less Than Zero
>mfw none of David Foster Wallace books were translated to my native language
>mfw they were only translated to 4 languages
I'm glad I actually read rly well english. Gotta buy that shit online in english. Maybe its better to read books in language they were written.
Theres a few old books that survived the Allied bookburnings after the war, they're all great and a recommended read, can't remember the names of the books but its the best explanation on what nationalsocialism actually is I have ever read
I was gonna call you a faggot, but this book really did change me in 4th grade.
Also The Cay.
Even from a historical prepective I would recommend Evola's work. He actually lived during the war and lived in a fascist society. So better than anyone he saw the true nature of it.
Even though is hard to read is master peace ( The Ride of the Tiger) before being in tone after reading other books of him.
It actually helped me understand alot about the actuall world.
I got a big bang out of reading this book. I really did. It's nice and warm and beautiful as hell because it feels true and all. Sometimes it depressed the hell out of me, but you really should read it.
On a much less serious note, The Phantom Tollbooth. We read this book in class in third grade and it had so much wordplay, allusions and puns that I couldn't fully appreciate them until I was much older.
This is one of those self-help marketer-tier books. I'd tell you to go fuck yourself but the odds are that any words will tremble only the void that is supposed to be filled by a soul.
>The Phantom Tollbooth
I love that book. I still have it somewhere.
The first time I was ever introduced to concepts like negative numbers was in that book with 'negative food' in the math kingdom.
Remember not to read The Ride of the Tiger unless you are already familiar with his writting.
Men Among the Ruins for example can be a good start. This happens because of the evolution in the author itself, the changes in his life also reflected in his work.
If you can read an introdution of his work you would understand a little bit of why you better start with other books of him first.
Yeah but I refuse to watch it. That was my favorite book throughout middle school and from what I can see in the trailers, it's a shit-tier "Hunger Games"-esque way of making a quick buck
And then there's this faggot with pua shit.
> Inb4 Muh Octobers Man Tecnicha
Don't be that idiot. I read it.
Yeah, I'm from Sweden and we read that book in like 6th grade or something
Then I'll start with Men Among the Ruins, don't wanna throw myself into a book I wont understand
> Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
This nigga knows it. Great book to understand the mind of a sucessful guy. Intemporal book with great wisdom.
Not bullshit and pseudo wisdom from false sucessful people.
>all of my yes
Also : Crime and Punishment
Pic related is the greatest novel ever written.
Yep, didn't really 'change my life' just changed my socio-economic view lel but w/e
The Call of C'thulu
Some Kropotkin & Bakounin.
The art of being always right by Shopenhauer
Shit, I read a ton of books and some really changed my view on things, I saw some in the thread but can't remember others...
>pic is a movie, potentially lifechanging to me
Who the fuck did you think you were talking to, you little huesos? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Law Department of the Leningrad State University, I joined the Communist Party, then, the KGB and got at the head of the Directorate S, that include 13 departments responsible for preparing and planting illegal agents abroad, conducting terror operations, espionage and sabotage in foreign countries, recruitment of foreign agents and other secret duties. I'm also a black belt in martial art and President of the most feared nation. You are less than nothing to me, even less than 130 dead hostages, you're just an annoying brat tempting me to rape you because of your itchy ass! Good fortune has reached you like the new Antichrist apostasy prediction, stamp the moment. You think you can flood me of your packets of BS over my SORM system and get away with it? Think again, oyobuk. Before we even spoke I have contacted my agents across the world and you have been identified, so it's too late to prepare yourself for what is coming toward you, mudak. You won't even feel, see or hear anything but I can guarantee it will end your jaunt before you finish reading this. If you're still here, reading, loh. I can remain in my office, all the time, and still able to murder you in over 700 ways, and that’s just with a combination of some of my dirty tricks. Not only I'm extensively aware of the importance of controlling the medias, but I can also broadcast encrypted orders or disinformation over the UVB-76 radio station and I will use this advantage to its full extent to cover up your assassination, polnyi pizdets. If only you had known the purpose you could have served to me, maybe you would have had shut your fucking mouth. But you couldn't, you didn't, and you're certainly dead now, yeto maloebuchi faktor. I've drawn my power all over you and as expected you could not put up with that. You zavali yebalo now, oslayob.
A Hero of Our Time
>Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyevsky
Currently reading it, it's a bit heavy but I have to agree with you there, it's really food for thought.
Also, "Crime and Punishment" and "Idiot" by Dostoyevsky, and "Master and Margharita" by Bulgakov
Plebs everywhere. Pic related. Read the Bhagavad Gita and then this.
One of the few ones I can accept in this thread is this >>563524753
lel he barely wrote about 'communism' he just critiqued the capitalist society, he predicted the chaotic nature before anyone else among many other things. Very well written and one of the most influential thinkers in history.
>but his ideas was crazy
People who dance seem insane to people who can't hear the music :^)
>Dale Carnegie - How to Win Friends and Influence People
>David Allen - Getting things done
>Tom Hopkins - How to master the art of selling
>Self-Discipline in 10 days: How To Go From Thinking to Doing [Theodore Bryant]
>Charles Duhigg - The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
But, yeah, they are useless unless you do the listed exercises.
that's a life changing ass right there lemme tell ya
A philosophical book that makes you question life.
Genesis by Bernard Beckett
MFW I'm Literally re reading wheel of time at the moment
HOly shit! I was just trying to remember the name of that book the other day. Awesome survival story. Will read to my children one day. It's all about acceptance and necessity. Great book.
The Revolt of the Masses by Jose Ortega y Gasset
This book change my point of view.
About as good as "The Prince" by Machiavelli, by which I mean they are both books pertaining to the most basic concepts of warfare. Clausewitz's "Vom Kriege" is better and much more applicable to today.
Why don't you go fuck a goat you edgy chode?
Satanism is EXACTLY like Wiccan shit; it's for people who want to buy into organized religion but who think that the 'god crowd' are too judgmental and mainstream.
Once again, go fuck yourself. I bet you're majoring in cultural studies or creative writing, aren't you?
anyone notice this picture doesnt make any sense at all? look at the distance from the start of his dick to the distance of his belly button
that is some grand BULLSHIT so this pic is telling me her entire forearm is the length of the distance between his belly button and start of his dick?
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and Other Clinical Tales