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    Currently reading

    Paper: Under the hawthorn tree - Ai Mi , A roman in the time of Chinese Cultural revolution. It has been a while that I've read a roman but it's a nice read, not that far in it yet.
    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/12238011-under-the-hawthorn-tree

    On the Kobo: Before You Know It: The Unconscious Reasons We Do What We Do
    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35011639-before-you-know-it, almost done.

    Daily: Random page on the Tao Te Ching, specifically this edition (dutch), as it puts its content into a very open (verse) interpretation, so it's always a new read.
    https://www.deslegte.be/tao-te-ching-405423/

    And rereading Sam Harris' Free will, because I still have a summary to finish for @Ren :D

    Still have a ton of books to read, but nowadays I don't have that much time. Doing my best to read in between.
     
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    You have the reading habits of an Ne user lol
     
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    Yep, that's a general issue with me and interests/ideas generally, it goes all directions and too many at the same time. It's a bad habit.
     
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    I can stand being away from human interaction but I can't really do without books

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    Just finished this one:
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    Ongoing read:
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    The psychological approach had me on this one... I've been enjoying it though ^^
     
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    Now I'm reading:

    "Hard times" by studs terkel
    "Stack your savings" by s.j Scott ( I hate it so far)
    And
    "From the wonderful folks who gave you Pearl harbor" ( I also hate it so far)
     
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    Great ones, I could really use the S. J. Scott's one but I tend to get overly frustated when not being able to apply those on my life, I mean, these aren't really supposed to be formulas so...
    I crave ficction right now, unreal reality to spend so quality time away from the world... That's why I feel amazed by Paulo Coelho, real life lessons into unreal life stories. You should give it a try, I mean, if happen to find any of his interesting :)
     
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    What's it about?

    I rarely indulge in fiction. I find nonfiction more useful. But I do tend to read the classics for cultural purposes.
     
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    Paulo Coelho is a writer who approaches his books in a more reflecting and stimulating way, through fiction, of course. Some would say they’re self-help books but I wouldn’t, since not everyone who read can see the essential messages of it.

    I could suggest you my fave, but I think it’s more worthy to suggest you to this :wink::

    https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/566.Paulo_Coelho
     
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