Reedx: Great for grey thinking and better understanding. And I think it's one of those books that if everyone read it, we'd all be better off. Like an antidote or inhibitor to tribalism. read comments

RickJWagner: Even without the religious aspects, it's an incredible document. A lot of human nature is explained. read comments

photon_lines: Great thoughts and advice from Carl Sagan. The last chapter had a profound effect on the way I think of the US constitution read comments

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hoorayimhelping: I loved this book. It really helped me understand the power and effectiveness of OO design when used correctly. read comments

magic_beans: The Bhagavad Gita continues to challenge my notion of truth, self, and the path to happiness. read comments

aphextron: When I picked this book up at a library I just sat down reading page after page being blown away by how he would describe the exact same sensibilities I had been reaching for... read comments

entropyneur: Gave me spirituality without supernatural beliefs that I can lean on when all else fails. read comments

andrei_says_: Simple, instructional, profound in its ability to change me beyond words. And fierce beyond imagination. read comments

wu-ikkyu: The book is a historical analysis of the culmination of zen buddhism from its roots in hindu, buddhist, and toaist philosophies. Watts presents a perspective on how to approach your everyday... read comments

pcprincipal: While some of the question of free will is semantics, Harris deeply changed my position on to what extent we determine our own actions. When someone can present an argument to you for... read comments

hypertexthero: It changed how I think about identity by showing me the danger of labels, and made me appreciate the beauty of life. read comments

aida_mirbadi: This book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and agreements that we have made with ourselves and others that are creating limitation and unhappiness in our lives. read comments