I`ve read the book „On death and dying“. It`s a brilliant book by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross who’s has dedicated her life to researching the needs of terminally ill people and their families. E. Kübler Ross, describes, discusses and introduces her theory/idea of dying and grieving: Denial/Isolation, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance. This book is an eye-opener which introduces you to a reality we all have to face. Death and Dying. I`m really fascinated by the detailed research by this incredible women, who has broken norms in a very difficult time. Death is a very difficult issue even for strong people to discuss. This book can be used for professionals as well as for families who are confronted with the reality of death.
I have read „Eleven minutes“ by Paulo Coelho and I would also recommend „Vielleicht morgen“ by Guillaume Musso.
I have just finished „How Civilizations Die (and why Islam is dying too)“. Not something you are willing to read before going to bed, of course. Yet a must. For it tells you what kind of demography-driven geopolitical shift we will be facing in the coming decades…
I’ve just read „Disclaimer“ by Reneé Knight. Unputdownable!
I’m reading the Hunger Games right now, because the movie was great and the books are too.
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