Wisdom Seekers

Mindful reads that inspire and motivate

  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

    In life, we have a limited amount of f*cks to give. So you must choose your f*cks wisely.

    A self-help guide for millennials—superstar blogger Mark Manson shows us how to accept our faults, discover just how much pain we can tolerate, and stop deluding ourselves so that we can be better, happier people.

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  • Grace Without God

    Katherine Ozment explores the challenges facing parents who want to raise moral, community-minded children in the absence of formal religion. Grace without God fundamentally changed the way I will raise my children.” -Steve Levitt (author of Freakanomics)

    Celebrated writer and journalist Katherine Ozment immerses herself in the world of secular humanism—the growing movement of individuals who are remaking life after religion.

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  • The Study Quran

    “The publication of The Study Quran is a landmark. It contains an original translation of the Quran [and] an extensive scholarly apparatus, pointing readers to the ways that Quranic verses have been interpreted, especially during the first several centuries after the life of the Prophet Muhammad.” – Patheos.com

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  • Zen Dogs

    Celebrating the peacefulness, calm, and joy dogs bring to our lives, Zen Dogs is a one-of-a-kind collection of 80 happy dogs caught in their most relaxed, serene moments, eyes blissfully closed, by award-winning photographer Alex Cearns.

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  • How to Be Here

    “Listing all the ways in which Rob has positively impacted my life would take up too much space; so I’ll simply say that he has inspired me to live life with a deeper level of appreciation and to love people with a greater awareness of our connectivity.” Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers

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  • Abundance Now

    Personal Transformation guru, and life coach for the Steve Harvey Show and Today shares her journey from scarcity to abundance.

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  • The Little Book of Hygge

    The definitive guide to Hygge (pronounced Hoo-ga), the Danish philosophy of comfort, togetherness and well-being, based on years of research at the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen.

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  • Jump

    Life is an incredible journey. It’s not good enough to exist—you need to live. You need to JUMP—to take a leap of faith, a risk toward the rich life God has planned for you.

    According to Steve Harvey, life is an incredible journey and it is necessary to live it rather than simply exist. To move beyond a routine, encumbered existence by taking a jump-a leap of faith, a risk toward the rich life God has planned for you.

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  • Tears to Triumph

    Miracles begin when we start the healing process of listening to what our pain has to teach us. Only in this way can we move from tears to triumph and become deeper, happier, and wiser as a result.

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  • Joy on Demand

    Joy on Demand reminds us that we all have a seed of joy inside of us. This book will tickle that special place in you that will ignite more happiness in your heart.” -Goldie Hawn

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  • Against Empathy

    “The title may shock, but this is a book of calm reason and expansive compassion. It’s also a pleasure to read: warm, lucid, and thought-provoking.” (Steven Pinker, author of The Better Angels of Our Nature)

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  • Sometimes Brilliant

    An inspirational memoir by Larry Brilliant—teacher, entrepreneur, and spiritual leader—that brings readers face to face with some of the most remarkable moments of a generation, from the eradication of smallpox, the occupation of Alcatraz, the start of the Internet, the launch of Google.org, and the struggle to create a more perfect future.

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  • Calm

    Based on the popular iPhone app of the same name Calm is a visually exciting, useful and fun, interactive guide to twenty-first century mindfulness.

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  • Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter

    “…whether we have one minute, or an entire weekend, we can make real progress toward curing the clutter that’s weighing us down. Turns out, it’s not that hard—when we know where to start.” -Gretchen Rubin (author of The Happiness Project)

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  • Wearing God

    “Lauren Winner’s Wearing God is playful, serious, informative, devotional, and as important as it is gratifying. . . . I read it with the sort of joy one feels when watching someone utterly hit their stride.” -Christian Century

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  • Fierce Optimism

    Attitude can be sexy— a practical and inspirational guide for using  kindness and positivity as a winning strategy from Celebrity Apprentice champion, Hollywood veteran, and bestselling author Leeza Gibbons.

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  • God's Joyful Surprise

    An inspiring account of one woman’s spiritual journey into discovering a love of God from the New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Life of Bees.

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  • Let There Be Laughter

    From the host of NPR's “Forum with Michael Krasny,” this Jewish joke book packs the punches. Borrowing from traditional humor and Jewish comedy legends Mel Brooks, Joan Rivers, Larry David, Sarah Silverman, Jerry Seinfeld and Amy Schumer, Let There Be Laughter is an absolute pleasure for the chosen and goyim alike.

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  • The Day the Revolution Began

    “The question ‘Why did Jesus have to die?’ has haunted the human race for two thousand years. Wright locates the crucifixion in the sweep of Israel’s story (and ours) with power, depth, and freshness of thought.” -Pastor John Ortberg

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  • Life

    John Brockman gathers the best biologists, geneticists, and physicists to explain life. Contributors include Richard Dawkins, E.O. Wilson, J. Craig Venter, and Ray Kurzweil, in this latest installment of Brockman’s “Best of Edge” series.

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