October: Books To Read

 

And finally after ten years of reading I finished Aleph by Paulo Coelho! How awesome is that? I just got one problem left: I do not know how to write a review! I will definitely write one soon! For the mean time I shall share a list of the books I am about to read for October and with all prayers that the gods may grant me the courage to be NOT LAZY for me to finish and accomplish all my October goals! 🙂 Anyways, here it goes:

BRIDA. Novel. Another heavy reading for me by Paulo Coelho. And with all means I have to finish this in a ditch. 😉 Description: Brida, a young Irish girl, and her quest for knowledge. She has long been interested in various aspects of magic but is searching for something more. Her search leads her to people of great wisdom, who begin to teach Brida about the spiritual world. She meets a wise man who dwells in a forest, who teaches her about overcoming her fears and trusting in the goodness of the world, and a woman who teaches her how to dance to the music of the world, and how to pray to the moon. As Brida seeks her destiny, she struggles to find a balance between her relationships and her wish to become a witch.


YOU ARE WHAT YOU WRITE. by Huntington Hartford. An informed introduction to the science of graphology: its history, techniques, and application. With revealing analyses of the handwriting of world-famous personalities. Just got interested with the title, so.. Go go-go!


RESEARCH VISTAS. From the University of Luzon Graduate School, Dagupan City Philippines. Scanning through it, I just found something I could use daily. 🙂


YOUR RIGHTS – OUR RIGHTS. Published by The Gandhi King Foundation, which dedicates and is committed to, the education, awareness and promotion of Human Rights, Personal Rights and Environmental Rights, throughout the world. This guide also includes, in its entirety, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, December 1948.

CIVIL LIBERTIES, HUMAN RIGHTS: THE LARGER FOCUS. by Renato Constantio which has a critique of human rights advocacy in the Philippines.

ASSERTING OUR HUMAN RIGHTS. by Dinteg Cordillera Indigenous Peoples Law Center and (CHRO) Cordillera Human Rights Organization .


THE PRIZE. A novel by Julie Garwood. I read that three times already and it would be my fourth now. It is a light reading for me and just to give myself a break from all those heavy, academic books.


THE MAGIC. by Rhonda Byrne. It is somewhat a daily task and for me to boost up some positive energy! 🙂 Description:One word changes everything for more than twenty centuries, words within a sacred text have mystified, confused, and been misunderstood by almost all who read them. Only a very few people through history have realized that the words are a riddle, and that once you solve the riddle—once you uncover the mystery—a new world will appear before your eyes.
In The Magic, Rhonda Byrne reveals this life-changing knowledge to the world. Then, on an incredible 28-day journey, she teaches you how to apply this knowledge in your everyday life. No matter who you are, no matter where you are, no matter what your current circumstances, The Magic is going to change your entire life! 

 

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