Well that shelf has spiritual, and spiritual-related texts. I'd always recommend the Tao Te Ching, If you meet the Buddha on the road: Kill Him, The King James Bible (Just read the red words), Anything by CarlosCastaneda(But the first 3-4 were the best), Either book by Mary Crow Dog/Mary Brave bird (Same person), Anything by Leslie Marmon Silko, And for the sake of it (It had no where else to fit) The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. i guess that should have gone with Philosophy
jesus, you sure have a loooot of books in total. (kinda like we used to in my home, until we moved to india for a year and back, and a lot of books were given away at the time to save on moving costs).i now only have two shelves left, one being fiction, the rest all being spiritual texts. but you have more than all the libraries i know combined! lucky! recommend a few of your favourites? (any belief).
not a problem. I don't agree, but I don't judge, and I hope you don't judge me. What do you, then, say about all of the religions that came before the judao-christian god?
Let me know what you like to read, I'd love to recommend something
hey! totally cool life man. i just got my first book shelf, maybe later, i shall clean my room and change it and show you guys my book collection! i also have a record music collection! i believe in the (judao-christian) Bible as the only true doctrine, but all other doctrines, correct in their own context, but had taken the pretty much (sort of) similar beliefs from the days God, and angels were with man, all beliefs stemmed out after that. but i am very interested in getting a whole ton more books! i hope i didnt sound rude just now, just stating that i understand other peoples beliefs, but i have a different look at all beliefs and the one i know to be true, so peace be with you and your awesomeness!
There are 3 different bibles, and 4 different Tao Te Chings
I've read all of the bibles/torahs/Bagavadgita/Tao Te Chings/Korans. Haven't read the book of Mormon yet, but not sure if I really care. It's just good to have
I've read most of the second shelf. It's mostly Carlos Castanada, and other Shamanism books
I've read about 1/3 of the third shelf fully and parts of the others
99% of the Native American books. About 3 of them are myths and legends, I'd recommend anything by Silko, or Mary Crow Dog, or Mary Brave Bird (same person)
Haven't dug into much of the top shelf yet. It's mostly just random stuff that couldn't fit in other religion categories
i could really dig into this section for a while