Book Review: Defining Your Greatness by Lorraine V Cuff

Book Review: Defining Your Greatness by Lorraine V Cuff

The greatness begins with a state of mind, with definiteness of purpose and with little or no hard work. We should have faith within ourselves, our ideas and work. Faith is basically a state of mind which may be induced…

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An Anti-Racist Reading List: Highly Rated Non-fiction Books by Black Authors

An Anti-Racist Reading List: Highly Rated Non-fiction Books by Black Authors

Our present moment serves not only as a call to action, but a chance to teach ourselves and our society about the underlying issues that led to the unnecessary murder of George Floyd. The booklist below includes a combination of…

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Book Review: Arya Dharma : The Noble Dharma by Bollachettira Dhyan Appachu

Book Review: Arya Dharma : The Noble Dharma by Bollachettira Dhyan Appachu

This book, ‘Arya Dharma’, is a work of very high quality and very deep research for which the author learned nearly all the ancient Indian cultures and all of its ancient literature. The work is polymathic in it’s outlook and…

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Book Review- Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah

Book Review- Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah is remarkably wonderful memoir I’ve read. Not just because of the content–which is at times heartbreaking and mindblowing–but also because of the humor and warmth with which Trevor Noah’s managed to convey some very…

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Book Review: Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman by Lindy West

Book Review: Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman by Lindy West

Shrill by Lindy West is put together as a blend of memoir and opinion, as Lindy West recounts how she’s spent her life being scorned for her weight/size, but nevertheless got over any shyness about public speaking, got involved with…

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Book Review: How much is too much?: Divorce in India by Neha Mehrotra

Book Review: How much is too much?: Divorce in India by Neha Mehrotra

‘How much is too much?: Divorce in India’ is a part relationship self-help book, part memoir of the author Neha Mehrotra. Most of the book is an examination of the history of marriage and the recent changes in marriage, the repercussions…

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Book Review: Becoming by Michelle Obama

Book Review: Becoming by Michelle Obama

Becoming by Michelle Obama is one of the most powerful memoirs ever written. It is not an inspirational one nor a controversial one not even a political book of secrets – the book’s strength lies in it’s simple candid ring…

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Book Review: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb

Book Review: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb is a fascinating look into the world of a therapist and how therapy works. Sprinkled throughout the book are snippets of psychology, including explanations of defence mechanisms, stages of change, tasks…

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Book Review: Bossypants by Tina Fey

Book Review: Bossypants by Tina Fey

Bossypants by Tina Fey is a collection of essays about different experiences Ms. Fey has had, such as being a working mom and making a career in the predominantly male field of sketch comedy.

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