In the first chapters of Napoleon Hill’s legendary Think And Grow Rich, we’re told of a secret hidden in the book that he couldn’t possibly disclose, for it must be ‘experienced’ by the reader. Hill teased that the realisation of what all successful people know could strike you after the first chapter or the very [...]
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One day in 1939, George Bernard Dantzig strolled in to class several minutes past the hour. An able graduate student at UC Berkeley, it was not unlike Dantzig to stay up late pawing over an assignment. Only this time he had slept through his alarm call. Dantzig rushed in, took his seat and glanced at [...]
It’s tough to write a book that challenges God’s existence without inviting scorn, accusations of bigotry and a flash mob of fundamentalist believers. It’s for that reason that I admire Richard Dawkins, first of all, for even having the courage to send The God Delusion to print. Released in 2006 to bestselling acclaim – and [...]
I was never a ‘dog man’, until I stumbled across Chatuchak market in the blistering heat of Bangkok. It was there that I had my heart ripped out by a tiny blur of tan cotton with eyes. She would be called Pancakes, a name that my girlfriend had been saving for a pet rabbit. Half [...]