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July 27, 2007

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Catherine

Well,Craig! U really succeed to touch the philosofical point of the eternal questions of being!U seem to be a very deep person cuz our life isn't just the way to earn money and to spend it...Believe me, i used to work in the sphere u worked and i saw a lot of people dying for a dollar...And i gonna resume my work in this sphere very soon. Back to what i've already read...I'm neither a writer nor a critic...But i see u've got a style of ur own...I'm a linguist by training so i know what i'm talking about:)))))Well, good luck to you!Take care!

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Required Reading (As I See It)

  • Bruce Lee: Striking Thoughts: Bruce Lee's Wisdom For Daily Living
    Simple. Profound. Striking. All from a man who died at 32. (****)
  • Ernest Hemingway: To Have And Have Not
    The guy's a master. This is my current favorite selection. (****)
  • Harper Lee: To Kill A Mockingbird
    Two words: Atticus. Finch. (****)
  • Marcus Aurelius: Meditations
    How many times do you get to crawl inside the head of a Roman emperor? (***)
  • Stephen F. Kaufman: The Book of Five Rings
    Miyamoto Musashi was the baddest philosopher/samurai that ever lived. He served no master but himself. The Book of Five Rings is his definitive strategy on proper living. (****)
  • Jon Krakauer: Into The Wild
    I read this book before it was "cool". Great investigative reporting regarding one of life's most epic searches for "the truth". (****)
  • Neil Strauss: Motley Crue: the dirt
    Rampant destruction in the name of greed, lust and arrogance. You will feel dirty after reading this book. (***)
  • Don Miguel Ruiz: The Four Agreements
    Live life better. We all need to be reminded how. Some of us need to be shown. (***)
  • Dante: The Inferno
    The classic treatise on the damned. I could think of people who need to re-read this in today's world. (****)
  • David Rensin: All For A Few Perfect Waves
    A series of interviews, from the men and women who paved the first roads of modern surfing, concerning the enigmatic life and times of surfing's legendary genius and consummate asshole Miki Dora. I'm still not sure what to make of Da Cat. (***)