Lists include works I think are very useful to chew over. I don’t include them because I agree with them necessarily. I include them because they offer refined views that can be compared with other views and have been very useful for honing my understanding. Lists are in no specific order though I tried to put what has been most important for me to the top. I’ll be refining these lists and adding more content and links in time.


Primary Reads:

  1. “Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind”. Yuval Noah Harari. 2015.
  2. “Tao Te Ching”. Lao Tzu. Translated by Stephen Mitchell. 1988.
  3. “Conversations with God” — Three Book Trilogy. Neale Donald Walsh.
  4. “The Holy Bible”. [Audio (KJV)]
  5. “Gnostic / Apocrypha Texts of the Bible”. [Audio]
  6. “Start With Why”. Simon Sinek. 2011.
  7. “The 5 Love Languages”. Gary Chapman.
  8. “The Four Agreements”. Don Miguel Ruiz. 1997.
  9. “Outliers”. Malcolm Gladwell.
  10. “The Obstacle is the Way”. Ryan Holiday. 2014.
  11. “Moral Letters to Lucilius”. Seneca.
  12. “Meditations”. Marcus Aurelius.
  13. “Bhavagad Gita”.
  14. “Dhammapada”.
  15. “The Tao of Pooh”.

Additional Reading:

  1. “Money and Sustainability — The Missing Link”
    — A Report for the Club of Rome — EU Chapter to Finance Watch and the World Business Academy. Sally Goerner, Stefan Brunnhuber, Bernard Lietaer, Christian Arnsperger.
  2. “Sociology Themes and Perspectives”. Haralambos and Holborn.
  3. “1984”. George Orwell.
  4. “Fahrenheit 451”. Ray Brad Bury.
  5. “Brave New World”. Aldous Huxley.

Talks. Lectures. Courses:

Biblical Literature:

  1. “The Psychological Significance of the Biblical Stories: Genesis”. Dr. Jordan Peterson.
  2. “Introduction to the Old Testament”. Christine Hayes. Yale Courses.
  3. “New Testament History and Literature”. Dale B. Martin. Yale Courses.
  4. “Historical Context of the Bible”. Bruce Gore.
  5. “Read Scripture – Old Testament”. The Bible Project.
  6. “Read Scripture – New Testament”. The Bible Project.