I keep this list short, as one should have few favorite things.
Changes your perspective after knowing the what, why and how, we evolved in 100,000 years, with so much in merely the last 5,000 years!
A true story. Life lessons from a dying sociology professor, such as: Every morning, imagine a bird on your shoulder. Ask the bird: Am I going to die today?
We learn many things from books, yet we never learn about happiness – which is obviously the most important thing in life!
This book was first published in 1936, and yet it is like the holygrail on how you should behave and make people like you.
To be or to do? Which will you be?
Stoic philosophy from a great man. Keep in mind how fast things pass by and are gone.
Everyone should have a kid, so I must include a parenting book in this list. I like science, so a book on how to raise a smart and happy child with scientific reasonings is my cup of tea.