Word Up

"Buying more books than you can possibly read is
nothing less than the soul reaching towards eternity."
Ok, that's a rationalization.
But I could have worse compulsive habits.

All the Alice Baily/Djwhal Khul books - on with the Plan!
Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism - Chogyam Trungpa
Transcending Madness - Chogyam Trungpa
When Things Fall Apart - Pema Chodron
The Wisdom of No Escape - Pema Chodron
The Real Frank Zappa Book - Frank Zappa
Tao Te Ching - Lao Tzu (trans. by Stephan Mitchell)
Graceful Exits: The Death Stories of Zen, Hindu and Tibetan Masters (edited by Sushila Blackman)
The Essential Rumi (trans. by Coleman Barks)
A Brief Tour of Higher Consciousness - Itzhak Bentov
No Blacks, No Irish, No Dogs - Johnny Rotten
The Courage to Grieve - Judy Tatlebaum
Bearing Witness: A Zen Master's Guide to Making Peace - Bernie Glassman
Energy Blessings from the Stars - Irving Feurst and Virgina Essene
As Real as it Gets: The Life of a Hospital at the Center of the AIDS Epidemic - Carol Pogash
Making the Gods Work for You - Caroline Casey
Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Tragedy - Jon Krakauer
A Dialogue With Death- Eknath Easwaran
Holy Blood, Holy Grail - Michael Baigent, Henry Lincoln, Richard Leigh
Where Are You Going? - Swami Muktananda
The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood
Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind - Shunryu Suzuki
Bringing Out the Dead - Joe Connelley
Anatomy of the Spirit - Caroline Myss
A Beautiful Mind: The Biography of John Nash - Sylvia Nasir
Be Your Own Guru - Betty Bethards
Healing with Whole Foods - Paul Pitchford
The Prophet - Kahlil Gibran ("Work is love made visible" ... oh yeah?)
Ishmael, Newcomer's Guide to the Afterlife - Daniel Quinn
The Double Mirror: A Skeptical Journey into Buddhist Tantra - Stephan Butterfield
The Eight - Katherine Neville
A Pocket Mirror for Heroes - Balthasar Gracian
Being Peace - Thich Nhat Hanh
Plus: Anything by Milan Kundera, Henry James, Jane Austen,
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Aaron Cometbus, The Dalai Lama

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