Start sculpturing your mind read

NIJI NO HASHI DOJO MARTIAL ARTS CARY RECOMMEND BOOKS FOR february 2016

Bring the Joy of Reading Books Back Into Your Life

12 books for February

Sculpture the mind the same way you want to sculpture your body.

It’s almost the same, as sculpturing rock into statue for it would take at lease 16 months

So starts sculpturing your mind read

The best book for the month is A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME BY STEPHEN HAWKING

At the very bottom there is a free PDF BY STEPHEN HAWKING

Reading expands your mind and brings you joy.

Books should surround you. They are a special type of friend for you. Be comforted and relaxed when you read each day. Reading is more than a hobby. It is an integral element of my daily life.

Reading provides an escape from a tough day and introduces me to great adventures.

I love the idea that I can learn something new when I open a book. Whether it is a fictional story or a true account of someone’s life, great lessons lie within the pages. I read to expand my mind and find a peaceful moment of joy during the day.

To me, a day without reading is like a day without breathing. I am compelled to move forward in whatever book I am reading. The quiet contentment I gain from reading is unmatched by anything else I do each day.

Stories excite, enlighten, and enthrall me. Visualizing the scenes from a book allows me to tap into my creative side.

Today, I plan to read for at least one hour. Diving into an interesting story educates me and brings joy into my life. Each book seems like a special gift to me. I feel lucky to have so many wonderful books all around me.

12 books for February 2016

1: MOTHER TERESA BY KATHRYN SPINK

2: GREAT BY CHOICE BY JIM COLLINS & MORTEN T. HANSEN

3: THE WINNER EFFECT BY IAN H. ROBERTSON

4: THE SNOWBALL: WARREN BUFFETT AND THE BUSINESS OF LIFE BY ALICE SCHROEDE

5: THE STORY OF PHILOSOPHY BY WILL DURANT

6: FIVE EASY DECADES: HOW JACK NICHOLSON BECAME THE BIGGEST MOVIE STAR IN

7: FREAKONOMICS: A ROGUE ECONOMIST EXPLORES THE HIDDEN SIDE OF EVERYTHING BY STEVEN D. LEVITT AND STEPHEN J. DUBNER

8: FOOLED BY RANDOMNESS: THE HIDDEN ROLE OF CHANGE IN LIFE AND IN THE MARKETS BY NASSIM NICHOLAS TALEB

9: GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL BY JARED DIAMOND

10: ANTIFRAGILE: THINGS THAT GAIN FROM DISORDER BY NASSIM NICHOLAS TALEB

11: THE LAST SEASON: A TEAM IN SEARCH OF ITS SOUL BY PHIL JACKSON

12: A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME BY STEPHEN HAWKING

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How do I incorporate time for reading into my day?
  2. What factors prevent me from reading a good story or work of nonfiction?
  3. How can I develop the habit of reading and ensure I am exposed to its joys and benefits?

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME BY STEPHEN HAWKING

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