Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy

Epicurus And The Pleasant Life

A Philosophy of Nature
By Haris Dimitriadis

In Epicurus And The Pleasant Life, Haris Dimitriadis has written a staggeringly comprehensive book about Epicurus. One of the Greek philosophers, Epicurus believed in pleasure being the meaning of life. However, it is not vain, carnal pleasure, but finding contentment and happiness where you are....

Amazon Wisdom Keeper

A Psychologist's Memoir of Spiritual Awakening
By Loraine Y. Van Tuyl

Amazon Wisdom Keeper is the amazing story of one woman's life, as she struggles to grow and thrive in a country beset by revolution. As a young girl, Loraine Y. Van Tuyl grew up in the tiny rainforest country of Suriname. She was a perceptive...

Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength

My Journey with Depression
By Rabbi Sara Berman

Ben'oni L'Benyamin: From Sorrow to Strength: My Journey with Depression is a nonfiction motivational self-help book written by Rabbi Sara Berman. Berman, who is an ordained Rabbi and a board-certified chaplain, had worked in the Neuropsychiatric Institute as part of her participation in UCLA’s chaplaincy...

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Wisdom of the Ancients

Pathways of Life
By Abha Menon

Wisdom of the Ancients: Pathways of Life by Abha Menon is a non-fiction book consisting of a hundred “shlokas” or verses from Hindu philosophy. Wisdom of the Ancients is well crafted and well organized with a clean style of presentation. Abha talks about her background...

How to Live the Good Life

A User's Guide for Modern Humans
By Arthur M Jackson

How to Live the Good Life: A User's Guide for Modern Humans by Arthur M Jackson is a book that explores a topic that will immediately arrest the attention of theologians and philosophers, and anyone interested in the idea of a good and ordered life....

The Yoga of True Wealth

Wisdom from a Heart on Wall Street
By Francis G Bitterly

The Yoga of True Wealth: Wisdom from a Heart on Wall Street by Francis G Bitterly is a non-fiction book that falls into two distinct genres: philosophy and religion/spirituality on one hand, and finance and investment strategies on the other. It is indeed hard to...

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Under the Chuppah

A Jewish Couple's Guide to Weddings and Meaningful Marriage
By Bruce D Forman and Shoshannah Brombacher

Rabbi Bruce D. Forman and Shoshannah Brombacher have written a friendly and conversational book illustrating the Jewish philosophy of the marriage contract, the wedding ceremony, and some hints for staying happily married throughout your life. The book’s title, Under the Chuppah, refers to the traditional...

Stoicism 2.0

How Stoic Philosophy Can Improve Your Life in the 21st Century
By Robert Harrison Woolston

Stoicism 2.0: How Stoic Philosophy Can Improve Your Life in the 21st Century opens with an explanation of the origins of Stoic philosophy. They lie in Greece where Alexander the Great, together with his tutor, Aristotle, succeeded in their search for Diogenes, a man who...

Neostoicism 2.0

Stoicism, Christianity & Personal Empowerment for the 21st Century
By Robert Woolston

Neostoicism is not a philosophical or academic theory. It is a lifestyle. In Neostoicism 2.0: Stoicism, Christianity & Personal Empowerment for the 21st Century, author Robert Woolston discusses the details of Neostoic philosophy and the benefits of applying Neostoicism in life. The book breaks down...

Dying On Purpose

How My Near-Death Experience Can Change Your Life
By Rich Steinhoff

If this were your last breath, would you feel comfortable dying? What happens when your body dies - is your soul transformed into energy? These are only two thought-provoking questions H. Richard Steinhoff asks us to consider in his book titled Dying On Purpose which...