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  1. Not necessarily self-help or philosophy. Do you have a book or books that have made such a deep impression on you that you became a different person? Something that made you look at your life in another way? Something that changed your habits, your way of thinking or maybe influenced you to make some big decision? There were many books like that for me, and I'm so incredibly grateful to their authors for writing them and sharing them with the world. Some were more of an "eye-opener" and others just induced small changes that led to great benefits. I'll share some of my favourites here and I hope to hear about yours too! Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl - some amazing thoughts about what it means to be a human and how important it is to have a meaning in your lifeLife Lessons by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross - diminishes death fear and makes you appreciate life moreMy Life Tree by Claus Moller - introduced me to the concept of planning things which has stuck with me ever sinceThe Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine N. Aron - finally explained a lot of things about myself and several people I know about why we are too sensitive to so many things and how to live with thatSuperfoods Rx by Steven Pratt - opened up a world of healthy food for me, something I'd never thought about beforehandSlow Death by Rubber Duck by Rick Smith - this one made me realize that pollution is more than just a buzz word on the TVWhat are the books that were "it" for you and made you see the world under a different angle?
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