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These are few of the good books to help increase empathy and
gain a better understanding of all the beautiful flaws in yourself
and in the humans around you.
1). Tiny Beautiful Thi...
These are few of the good books to help increase empathy and gain a better understanding of all the beautiful flaws in yourself and in the humans around you.
1). Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed: The author drags the reader back through the mud she lived through, reminding them that they are not alone and that yes, they will be all right. This book is an inspiration because the author herself suffered much during her early days but still came out strong which is documented in this book.
2). Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates: Its about racism in the United States. Ta-Nehisi Coates is black. He also has a regular column at The Atlantic and has become famous not only for his powerful prose, but for some of his more radical and unconventional ideas about US history and race. The book is relatively short at 163 pages and is an open letter from Coates to his 13-year-old son.
3). Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday: This book takes an age-old message, a message you see bandied about in a million self-help books about the ego, but gives it a serious philosophical treatment and grounds it with countless historical examples. The result is a book about ego that isnt so much dramatic as it is practical. Our egos are here to stay. They are an inherent effect of our wiring. The question isnt so much quashing the ego, as much as wrestling with it, taming it and ultimately managing it.