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In this generation-defining self-help guide, a superstar blogger cuts through the crap to show us how to stop trying to be “positive” all the time so that we can truly become better, happier people
For decades, we’ve been told that positive thinking is the key to a happy, rich life. “Fuck positivity,” Mark Manson says. “Let’s be honest, shit is fucked and we have to live with it.” In his wildly popular Internet blog, Manson doesn’t sugar-coat or equivocate. He tells it like it is—a dose of raw, refreshing, honest truth that is sorely lacking today. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k is his antidote to the coddling, let’s-all-feel-good mind-set that has infected
American society and spoiled a generation, rewarding them with gold medals just for showing up.
Discover the secrets of one of the world's most successful writers. This is the ultimate Christmas gift for aspiring writers and Murakami fans alike.
In this engaging book, the internationally best-selling author and famously reclusive writer shares with readers what he thinks about being a novelist; his thoughts on the role of the novel in our society; his own origins as a writer; and his musings on the sparks of creativity that inspire other writers, artists, and musicians.
Readers who have long wondered where the mysterious novelist gets his ideas and what inspires his strangely surreal worlds will be fascinated by this highly personal look at the craft of writing.
'An insightful collection of essays on his work and methods... You end this collection of beautiful essays vowing to never let life, or writing, get so complicated again' Guardian
'A master storyteller' Sunday Times
'Another masterpiece from one of my favorite authors . . . If you want a brief but thorough education in numeric thinking about many of the fundamental forces that shape human life, this is the book to read. It's a tour de force' BILL GATES
We have never had so much information at our fingertips and yet most of us don't know how the world really works. This book explains seven of the most fundamental realities governing our survival and prosperity. From energy and food production, through our material world and its globalization, to risks, our environment and its future, How the World Really Works offers a much-needed reality check - because before we can tackle problems effectively, we must understand the facts.
In this ambitious and thought-provoking book we see, for example, that globalization isn't inevitable and that our societies have been steadily increasing their dependence on fossil fuels, making their complete and rapid elimination unlikely.
Writing for me is the simplest and greatest pleasure in the world. How to be a Writer is peppered with nuggets of practical advice for every person who is aspiring to write and be published, all told in Ruskin Bond's characteristic understated, tongue-in-cheek, humorous style. So, what is it that a person requires the most to become a writer? A love of books, of language, of life, an observant eye and a good memory along with enthusiasm, optimism and persistence. This book is an exclusive glimpse into the writing credo of Ruskin Bond, an author who has had an incredibly successful writing career spanning over seventy years.
MUKUNDANANDA is a world-renowned spiritual teacher from India and an international authority on mind management. He earned his degrees from the prestigious IIT Delhi and IIM Calcutta but chose to renounce a promising corporate career and embrace monkhood. He studied Vedic scriptures at the feet of Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj. For almost four decades now, Swami Mukundananda has been sharing his vast knowledge through his books, lectures, and life-transformation programmes.
Swamiji meets hundreds, even thousands, of people every day from all walks of life. His steadfast positivity exudes hope, clarity, and a sense of purpose for those who connect with him. He has deeply affected the lives of millions of people who have been drawn to his profound integrity, charismatic personality, and passion to serve. Those who meet him experience his genuine care, and compassionate personality, and also feel deeply touched by him.
Officially available for the first time, Yuval Noah Harari's ground-breaking collection in a 3-book box set.
A beautiful box set with Yuval Harari's three phenomenal global bestselling titles:
21 LESSONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
These books are must haves for anyone interested in the history of humanity and the lessons we can learn from the past as we prepare for our future.
These books have sold over 30 million copies in 60 languages worldwide and they continue to take the world by storm.
Yuval Noah Harari, bestselling historian and philosopher, is considered one of the world's most influential thinkers and pubic intellectuals. He has a PhD from the University of Oxford and now lectures at the department of history, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
In this epic story of love, envy, betrayal and revenge, Heathcliff and Catherine come together in a romance that destroys them and those around them. Set in the lonely and bleak Yorkshire moors, this classic tale of thwarted passion begins when the new tenant of Thrushcross Grange, a Mr Lockwood, is forced to seek shelter for a night at Wuthering Heights. As the night passes, Lockwood learns of the tumultuous past of Wuthering Heights and of those connected with it.
This collectable hardbound leather-bound Deluxe Edition with Gold Foiling and Gilding is beautifully crafted and designed. Perfect for gifting as well as for keeps. A prized edition for any library.
Leo Tolstoy, one of the world’s greatest novelists, had a writing career spanning across almost half a century. This edition is a compilation of the writer’s best short stories ranging from stories for children, stories for the people and Russian folk tales to his adaptations from French stories and the ones written for the Jewish pogrom victims in Russia.
It includes ‘The Snowstorm’ (1856), ‘Polikushka’ (1863), ‘The Prisoner of the Caucasus’ (1872), ‘Where Love is, There God is Also’ (1885), ‘Two Old Men’ (1885), Ivan the Fool (1885), ‘Kholstomír’ (1885), ‘The Imp and The Crust’ (1886), ‘The Coffee House of Surat’ (1893), ‘Master and Man’ (1895), ‘Father Sergius’, ‘Work, Death and Sickness’, ‘After the Dance’ and ‘Alyosha the Pot’ (1911), among his other masterpieces.
As indicated by Aristotle, the polis, or Greek city-state, is the most elevated type of political affiliation. Simply by being a resident of a polis can an individual completely seek after an existence of good quality, which is the ultimate objective of human life. Since one can just accomplish this objective through political affiliation, Aristotle reasons that "man is a political creature." As well as shielding private property and censuring free enterprise, Aristotle famously views the foundation of subjection as important to the activities of society. Assessing and reprimanding different constitutions and established hypotheses, Aristotle presumes that no current city or hypothesis is great. He recognizes urban communities with their constitutions and arranges six various types of urban communities, three great and three awful. The three great sorts are politeia, or an established government; nobility; and authority.
On a summer night, at the end of the nineteenth century, a “meteor” lands on Horsell Common in London. an artificial cylinder is found the next day and upon approaching it, the unsuspecting humans are instantly killed by an all-destroying heat-ray, as terrifying Martians emerge and blaze a path of fiery destruction across Victorian England. Amid the boundless destruction that is caused, it looks as if the end of the world has come..
The War of the Worlds is one of the earliest science-fiction that explores the possibilities of intelligent life from other planets and details a conflict between humankind and an extraterrestrial race.. this novel vividly describes the mass hysteria such an invasion would stimulate and shows how unprepared our civilization is for the onslaught of forces from another world.
Was there a beginning of time?
Could time run backwards?
Is the universe infinite or does it have boundaries?
These are just some of the questions considered in an internationally acclaimed masterpiece which begins by reviewing the great theories of the cosmos from Newton to Einstein, before delving into the secrets which still lie at the heart of space and time.
THE MILLION COPY INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER
Geography shapes not only our history, but where we're headed...
All leaders are constrained by geography. Their choices are limited by mountains, rivers, seas and concrete. Yes, to follow world events you need to understand people, ideas and movements - but if you don't know geography, you'll never have the full picture.
If you've ever wondered why Putin is so obsessed with Crimea, why the USA was destined to become a global superpower, or why China's power base continues to expand ever outwards, the answers are all here.
In ten chapters and ten maps, Prisoners of Geography looks at the past, present and future to offer an essential insight into one of the major factors that determines world history.
It's time to put the 'geo' back into geopolitics.
The dead do not rest till they get what they want. You have arrived in the hills. In here, you are surrounded by dense, menacing forests, enveloped in a deadly silence... You never know what lurks here in the Cold, dark night. Do not walk alone after sunset in the hills. A beautiful woman in white haunts the Lonely pathways, looking to enchant and ensnare men... All the people who died in accidents here... They say you hear their screams at night. And the deserted lodges sitting amidst lush greenery and calm streams... Spirits lie in wait here, ready to prey on the living. There are sceptics who did not heed these warnings. They tried to rationalize what they saw, what they felt. But when they came face to face with the beings that they believed didn’t exist, they couldn’t run away anymore... Ghosts of the silent hills is a collection that will make your nights a little scarier, encompassing the very best spine-chilling stories based on true hauntings.
Siddhartha is a novel by Hermann Hesse that deals with the spiritual journey of a boy known as Siddhartha from the Indian subcontinent during the time of Lord Buddha.
In a very simple prose, Hesse has conveyed a very profound message for all seekers. A brahmin boy follows his heart and goes through various lives to finally understand what it means to be enlightened. He experiences life as a pious brahmin, a Samana, a rich merchant, a lover and an ordinary ferryman, to a father. Neither a practitioner nor a devotee, neither meditating nor reciting, Siddhartha comes to blend in with the world, resonating with the rhythms of nature, bending the reader's ear down to hear answers from the river.
“Life did not stop and one had to live..”
July 1805, St Petersburg, Russia: A country on the brink of attack. a city on the threshold of war and disruption.
Five Russian families will find out just how their lives are going to entangle during the ensuing years of war and peace..
Opening at Anna Pavlovna’s soirée, Tolstoy’s War and Peace introduces you to characters—such as the misfit, illegitimate son Pierre, the analytical and loner Prince Andrew, the sexually alluring Helene and the impulsive and lively Natasha, who plays the pivotal role—whose minds and actions prove to be the laboratory where Tolstoy, with a psychologist’s deftness and an artist’s vision, lays bare the frailties and manias that make up the human psyche.
An explosive tale of epic proportions, War and Peace, one of the best known Russian historical novels, is as much a story of love and adultery as it is of war and death. with a deep insight into the war-stricken Russia, i
Introducing STEM Junior, a little character with some big ideas and a bunch of tech-wizard pals. If you think technology is all about the future, you’re right. But it’s all about the past, too. Almost everything around you exists because of some amazing techno breakthrough: your computer, the microwave oven, the fridge; lasers, rockets and robots. In Basher’s STEM Junior: Technology, you’ll meet 40 vibrant personalities who are just itching to tell you more. Listen to their stories and you will be a tech legend yourself in no time.
And that’s not all: “Tech Legend” boxes bring characters from the history of technology to life; “Applying Science” boxes explain key practical uses; “Fast Forward” boxes take a peek at future technology; and “Say What?” boxes put key vocabulary right where you need it.
It provides ample guidance and practice in sentence building, correct usage, comprehension, written composition and other allied areas so as to equip the student with the ability to communicate effectively in English.
Cambridge learners dictionary. Reading books is a kind of enjoyment. Reading books is a good habit. We bring you a different kinds of books. You can carry this book where ever you want. It is easy to carry. It can be an ideal gift to yourself and to your loved ones. Care instruction keep away from fire.
Reading books is a kind of enjoyment. Reading books is a good habit. We bring you a different kinds of books. You can carry this book where ever you want. It is easy to carry. It can be an ideal gift to yourself and to your loved ones. Care instruction keep away from fire.