Free philosophy Kindle books for 08 Aug 16

Beyond Contentment: How to Find True Happiness and Live the Life You Always Wanted(Inner Peace and happiness, How to find Inner Peace, Inner Guidance) (Inner peace, Peace of Mind Book 1)

by Andy Lacroix

Are you happy?…..

Have you ever wondered if you are living your life to its full potentialâ??or perhaps you innately know that you aren’t doing soâ?¦ but wish that you could? Do you ever find yourself pondering the concept of happiness, and whether you are doing everything within your power to be as happy as you could be?

Let me take you on a journey that will lead you to a world of Contentment, Inner Happiness and beyond. I will be honest with you…this will take work…it won’t be easy…but if you’re willing…and wanting to find the best within in you… then look no further. In “Beyond Contentment How to Find True Happiness and Live the Life You Always Wanted” you will discover how to find true Happiness within yourself that will leave you feeling truly and deeply fulfilled. Inner peace is possible for everyone.

Here is a preview of what you will learn…

  • What Is Happiness?
  • Can Happiness Be Measured?
  • Contentment VS. Complacency
  • The Integrity Gap
  • “L.I.V.E” Your Life
  • Your Core Values
  • Realize Your Potential
  • Self-Actualization
  • The Concept of FLOW
  • Limitless Happiness
  • Stay In The Present
  • Mindful Of The Future
  • Much, Much More!

What does it take to be happy? Are you ready to find out? Whether you’re looking for happiness at home, happiness at work or happiness in your relationships then I invite you to read on and take control of your happiness once and for all!

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Tags:inner peace, Happiness, How to Find Happiness, Contentment, Happier Living

The Plight of A Postmodern Hunter

by Mukhtar Shakhanov

This edition is Mukhtar Shahanov’s authorized reprint of Walter May translation of “The Plaint of the Hunter Above the Abyss” book initially published by Atamura in 1998. This is a book-dialogue between two famous pundits, the renowned Kirghizian novelist Chingiz Aitmatov and the legendary Kazakh poet Mukhtar Shakhanov – defending their fundamental faith in the spiritual resources of each and every human being. As such, they explore the moral significance of endlessly recurrent existential dislocations characterising everyone’s sense of Personalist encounter with the world around them. A discussion taking them through the riddles posed by ancient philosophies, Turkic histories, African priest-magicians, two-fanged poisonous fish, modern zombism, and Genghis Khan’s Golden Hoard: all the way to power politics in the Kremlin, the risks taken by Premier Mikhail Gorbachev as well as the duties, not to mention the obligations, of writers serving in the sphere of international public affairs.

Casino Hopping Through the Lower 48

by Russell Hatler

A fractured twist on The Pilgrim’s Progress, the book describes the first-person narrator’s six-thousand-mile automotive odyssey that covers two weeks and twelve casinos. It is filled with wit, philosophy and homespun advice regarding the eternal battle that pits domestic harmony against the pursuit of liberty. Although casino gaming plays a large role in the tale the narrator also finds himself thrust into the ageless game of sexual hide-and-go-seek when he reaches out to help a gorgeous goddess and comes up with a handful of happy endings

How to Attract Money: 8 Golden Tips to Attract Money into Your Life

by Roger Smith

You have it in your pockets thick, it is empty? You work a lot, but can not achieve a stable income and enviously looked toward the neighbors, who did not bother and do not need the money? Today we open some of these secrets, even though some of you may already know.

Between now and when you die: Seventeen Dialogues on Human Relationship (Thinking Together Book 7)

by Paul D

The war on the military battle-field or in the streets of the foreign city, where it is now usually fought, is no different in kind from the war being waged constantly within the individual human mind. There may be a difference of degree but essentially they are one and the same thing. The individual human mind has amassed a wealth of evidence to support the notion that it is an important separate identity and, put very simply, that sense of being a separate identity is the first step to murder. From the idea of my self comes all the rest of itâ??my self-esteem, my values, my family, my tribe, my nation, my culture, my beliefs, my rights, and so forthâ??and thus the foundations are laid from which one views the whole of the world. One may view that world positively or negatively, or sentimentally or coldly, depending upon the nature of the personal foundation; but whichever way one views the world, it is a personal viewpoint born out of all the accumulated memories and interpretations of one’s own experiences and responses both good and bad. This notion of individuality is bound to bring about conflict with others, conflict in varying degrees and with varying forms, from our minor domestic disputes to the full-blown military campaign.

If we don’t transform societyâ??which is equally where we work or where we liveâ??then who will do it? Who will transform society? Who or what will bring about the end of our conflicts both internal and external? Or is conflict the eternal human condition and nothing will change it? The great organised efforts of the past have all failed whether those efforts have been made in the religious, in the political or in the philosophical arena. They have all failed. Man is still fighting man, still hiding in his own corner of the world trying to stay safe, still self-protective and defensive, perhaps angry at some things, guilty about some things, fearful about some things, puzzled about some things. That is the life of man, generally. Either he is doing what he can to make his own corner more comfortable and secure or he is waiting for something better than all thisâ??whether through good fortune, blind chance or fateâ??or he is just waiting for the peaceful oblivion of death. There are so many ways of escaping from this mess of the world, so many distractions.

You and I are society. Whatever relationship we have with one another here right now, that is the relationship we have with the rest of the world. To me that is quite obvious and I wonder if you see it too? Whatever relationship we have with each otherâ??whatever is the essential quality of thatâ??the same quality must also be in our relationships with other people, from the closest life partner to the remotest stranger. And outside of our relationships with other people, there is no society. Society is our relationship. So society is here today between you and Iâ??whoever you are and whoever I am.

Is it possible for us to look together at some of these questions? That’s the whole import of these books.

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