The Midnight Library tells the story of Nora, a depressed woman in her 30s, who, on the day she decides to die, finds herself in a library full of lives she could have lived, where she discovers there’s a lot more to life, even her current one, than she had ever imagined.
Siddhartha presents the self-discovery expedition of a man during the time of the Buddha who, unsure of what life really means to him, takes an exploratory journey to pursue the highs and lows of life, which ultimately leads him to discover the equilibrium in all things and a higher wisdom within.
The Greatest Secret comes as a sequel to “The Secret,” which was a worldwide phenomenon when it first came out as it presented the idea that one can change their own life by tapping into the Universe’s powers and asking for their wildest dreams to come true using the law of attraction.
The Book of Mistakes follows the adventures of David, a young adult who is going through a rough patch and receives guidance from a wise man who teaches him the nine mistakes he should avoid, how to become successful, and a series of valuable life lessons that can save anyone many years of their life.
The Second Sex delves into the concept of feminism by looking at historical facts and biases, and explains how being a woman implies being subjugated to a man, how making yourself smaller so that you can fit in today’s world, but also how women everywhere should react to the system and change it.
The Daily Stoic presents the philosophy of Ancient Romans through a compilation of daily meditations of Seneca, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, and many other philosophers who seemed to have found lifelong wisdom in stoicism, which is more actual than ever today.
The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient book packed with wisdom about life, our purpose on earth, the importance of developing virtues than can help us achieve our dharma, and how we can avoid living someone else’s dream.
The Worldly Philosophers is your hands-on guide to economics, how the world works overall but especially from a financial point of view, what are the social and economic systems that existed throughout history, and how certain people’s concepts got to shape the world we know today.
What to Say When You Talk to Yourself is a book by Shad Helmstetter, a self-help guru who has written several pieces on the subject of self-talk, and who argues that in order to achieve our highest self we need to work on how we talk to ourselves and identify our biggest challenge to conquer.
Fascism explores the nature behind this far-right authoritarian ideology, how it can rise to power in uncertain times and why it poses a serious threat even in our present days against our most democratic systems such as in the United States or Europe.