"The #1 best-selling essay on Amazon in 2010 and 2011, gives you 25 inspiring Lessons on how to let life, love and the gifts of your own experience guide you and remind you of how to take advantage of this beautiful life."
"This is a no-nonsense guide on parenting. It is somewhat antithetical to a lot of the parenting advice being peddled today. If anything, you should read it just to get a different perspective on things, and then decide for yourself what is best for you and the family you want to nurture. It essentially advocates "tough love.""
"The basic tenet underlying all economic thought is that we live in a world of limited resources. This book shows one how to persuade others to give up theirs - their time, their finances, their commitment, in a humanistic, inspiring and practical way."
"Free classical advice on how to be a leader. Undeservedly, this book has a bad name because it advocates timeless advice on how to lead the troops. Being a leader requires tough decisions, that will make some people unhappy."
"Although there are now a buzillion-gazilion versions of this book now, the original remains a timeless classic, rife with anecdotal evidence that you're going to be alright. Inspiring short stories to get you back on track."
"Love is simply the answer to everything, and Leo Buscaglia is one of its greatest advocates. If you need to pick one book about love and how it can help you solve life's problems, this one should be it."
"I've read a number of osho's books and this tome complies much of his sage advice. His writings tend to offer a different no-nonsense, cut-the-crap, outlook on life that steers and stirs you in a way that you realize that maybe if I just changed my perspective, that things would be all better."
"How to eat right. "Russian-born microbiologist Nikolai Shevchuk takes his years of self-tested theories about food and delivers this knowledge in an easy to read format. Shevchuk's book is crammed full of all kinds of information you won't find in other food resource books.""
""This book, first published in 1981 and recently updated, was probably many folks' first in-depth exposure to the idea of a simpler life, making things by hand, and enjoying a stronger sense of control over personal budgets, home projects, and lifestyles.""
"How science can help you cook. Priced at a hefty $461.62 and weighing 5.7 pounds, this 2438 page tome is a grand indulgence for any aspiring chef. Certainly worth the investment, if you can afford it."
""With the grace of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's A Gift from the Sea and the wisdom of M. Scott Peck's A Road Less Traveled, this practical, inspirational daily guide provides a meditation or exercise for every day of the year to help women pare down their lives and clear through their mental clutter.""