Free philosophy Kindle books for 01 Oct 18

Please Don’t Mind: A Complete Detox of OneĆ¢??s Head

by V. Sachin

Conflict seems to be everywhere. From the conflict we have with our thoughts to the conflict in society. This book explores the various reasons for conflict and the ways to minimize it. And in doing so, exposes a majority of ideas, beliefs and thoughts held dear by humanity to be either assumptions, or misinformation spread by a few to control the rest.

The book is divided into two parts. The first part explains the reasons an individual may be in conflict with themselves by exploring their dreams, hopes, fears, beliefs, ideas and thoughts. While the second part talks about the reasons conflict exists in society by exploring an individual’s relationship with oneself, with others, with society, god, religion, government, law, countries, ideas and environment.

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WARNING: WORDS MAY BE INJURIOUS TO HEALTH.
If you are sensitive to explicit thoughts or ideas, especially those that question your favoured ideas, thoughts or memes, please don’t read this book.

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Best Life Hacks: To make your Life Easy

by Informative Books

Want to learn some quick and easy life hacks that are easy to do, low cost and saves you time? You’re in luck. We have collected these practical life hacks into this one big list that is easy to digest because they’re all images! By tweaking little things, it can make your life much easier. Enjoy!



Stoicism: How To Be A Stoic (Understanding The Top 10 Stoic Principles)

by Mark P. Smith

This is the second book in our 4-book series on Stoicism.

In this book, we delve deeper into the understanding of becoming a Stoic by looking at the ten principles of Stoicism.

In each principle, you will also encounter exercises to practice these principles in your daily life. We also look into the characteristics of what a Stoic looks like.



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