Which book has changed your life a lot?

@ajithlal (14568)
India
April 7, 2009 1:23am CST
Reading motivational or inspirational books can change our life and influence our life. Which book and author has changed you a lot?
4 responses
• India
7 Apr 09
"One Night At Call Center" by Chetan Bhagat changed my life. It changed my way of thinking towards life. But ultimately at last I think that due to this book I take wrong decision.
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@ajithlal (14568)
• India
10 Sep 12
I think there are lots of good books in the world that teachers a lot of good things and also can inspire us and also motivate us.
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
7 Apr 09
Three books actually were a huge help to me... The Courage to Heal Awaken the Buddha Within Letting go of the Person You Use to Be
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@ajithlal (14568)
• India
7 Apr 09
I think these must be great books.
@HelloMickey (1663)
• Hong Kong
7 Apr 09
Hello ajithlal It is a book my hubby found on the top of a mail-box stand in a street one day long time ago, he was attracted by the name of the book, it was old and used. But it seems to be very inspirational. He suggested me to read it and I did, it was good. I read that book and realized that I should have clear mind and should not be affected by trivias. Years ago, I suffered from anxiety disorder and I read a book on it. I would say it helps me, it saves my life. These two books are really good. They are both in chinese, so I am afraid it's hard to tell you the name and its author. I am sorry. Have a nice day~
• Singapore
7 Apr 09
The best book that I have read and changed my life is "Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver" by Michael Maloney, one of famous investor Robert Kiyosaki's advisors. It described how the United States of America is in serious decline because of its many unfunded liabilities such as Social Security and Medicare etc., and the many bailouts the Fed has conducted which has caused the explosion of the U.S. national debt by over US$1.5 trillion last year. All these unfunded liabilities and burgeoning national debt would cause the U.S, and every other country in the world (except, perhaps, North Korea) to collapse into high inflation and hyperinflation. It also taught me how to invest in gold and silver, which is the best, and probably the only, way to get out of the coming HUGE economic crisis. I cannot explain everything here, so the best thing is to go to your nearest good bookstore or amazon.com and get a copy, or goldsilver.com to find out more. I strongly recommend this book.