Life - Laughing Buddha
by Abhishek Thakore
You can SIN
"Sinners don't do different sins, they sin differently." We all have a desire to commit sins. Not feeling guilty about them is an art. Success in life requires you to commit sins - this book from Soch Teda shows you how. Chapters include praying for forgiveness, confessing at church, etc.
The monk who bought that Ferrari
An enlightened monk sold his Ferrari. But the monk who purchased it with his life savings got cheated - the Ferrari refused to work. A fascinating story of interactions between a humiliated monk and a sarcastic enlightened automobile. Author Robin Karma illustrates the timeless principles of consumer rights.
After moving the cheese
In this path-breaking sequel, Chef Ken Bhookha and Chef Tom Atosauce give a list of the best cheese recipes. The only essential requirement is that the cheese used in these should have been moved. Using recipes as the medium, the authors explore the changing response to change.
Shapeless Body, Shameless Mind
New age guru, Deep-yog Chopra, provides insights into the interconnections between mind and body. Obesity and bad health (shapeless bodies) originate in shameless minds. As the author says, "Learning to work with either one will affect the other."
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