Rush (written by Todd G. Buchholz, American)
Could Be Happy When Stress and Works Get Away From Life? Is Competition Bad?
Todd Buchholz starts his book with those questions. It is becoming a trend to look for freedom and avoid competition. However, Rush shows how competition works in life and the good side of competition in various aspects of economics, anthropology, and brain science. If you want to find creative ideas from a general idea of happiness and competition, this book will help you to find answer.
Anna Karenina (written by Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy, Russian)
Want to Know Tolstoy? Read Anna Karenina!
Anna Karenina is the one of the best master pieces of Tolstoy, along with Resurrection and War & Peace.
The book shows the 19th Russian society very clearly and directly with human being’s nature. Tolstoy tried to deliver his opinions of love and the make-up of society through this book. Most of all, the strength of book is that it arouses the interest of the readers. If you want to read an amusing book, and love to consider the real meaning of love, and want to know more about Tolstoy, this book has to be in your hand.
Make Your Mind Take a Rest (written by Shiratori haruhiko, Japanese)
Want to find peace in your mind through reading? Calm down with this book.
Shiratori haruhiko, the million selling writer, now provides a book for people tired with the modern way of life. 180 stories in this book consist of the great man’s story, the Buddha. When we feel tired, anger, hurt and sad, this book will help you feel easy and calm. If you want to run away from your worries and find a new way to peace, read this healing book.
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