Some books entertain the reader, while others inform or captivate – such works speak to our mind and emotions. You can enjoy reading each of them, while they change something deep inside you. Choose the one that interests you the most and start with it.
Life of Pi, by Yann Martel
The main character, Pi Patel, is the son of an Indian zookeeper. This boy has wide knowledge about animals and a philosophical worldview. During Pi’s family immigration to North America, their ship sinks, and the boy finds himself in one boat with a wounded zebra, an orangutan, a hyena, and a Bengal tiger called Richard Parker. This is an awesome and intriguing tale of adventure.
Life of Pi is not a book about religion, but it tells the reader about the importance of believing in anything – whether it is Mother Nature, God, or your own strength.
The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein
This book tells an amazing heartwarming story about a tree who loved a little boy. It loves him and does everything possible for him as he grows older, and does not expect anything in return. Ostensibly a book for children, it has a precise message for every reader – it tells about the gift of giving.
TheAlchemist, by Paulo Coelho
This book tells an inspiring story of self-discovery. The main character is an Andalusian shepherd boy Santiago, who aspires to travel and find worldly treasures. This exciting quest takes the boy in a different – and much more significant – direction that teaches how to listen to his heart and follow his dreams.
Conversation with God, by Neil Donald Walsch
This work includes three books. The entire series captivate reader’s attention by retelling a conversation between the author and ‘God.’ The books raise many issues, ranging from religion to education and love.
It does not matter which beliefs you have, these awesome books will force you to rethink your worldview and even your own existence.
The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron
This work really changes lives. It persuades readers to start an interesting spiritual, artistic path. With assignments to complete at the end of every chapter, reading this piece is a dynamic affair.
A deep but clear work has power to switch creativity in every reader.