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    Re: Which Book

    Kama Sutra would be it, although 7 Habits would be a close second
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    Re: Which Book

    I own two of those books. I've never read my way all of the way through either.

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    Never heard of the book "The Law", but if you're saying that the choice is to be a master of the principles of law, then without a doubt, I would choose Law to be a master of as I would not only have a job anytime I wanted one because of it, but it would cross over into any field. I don't need a book to master Kama Sutra, The Bible, or the 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, as they all deal with common sense, consistency and practice in order to improve. The last one I could care less about.
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    I think "The Law" must be a John Grisham novel.

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    Re: Which Book

    Terrible question structure...thumbs down.

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    Re: Which Book

    the principles of the Kama Sutra (depending on which translation you have) are the equivalent of the Catechism to Vedic and Tantric Buddhists; I've read it several times. the Bible I've read for most of my life, and the only interesting part to me anymore is the Torah part. The Secrets of the Millionaire Mind I've never read, but having heard my brother drone on about it and Rich Dad's Secrets for years, I have less desire to than I normally would for self-help and pseudo-self-help books. the other two I don't know what are.

    my answer would be the Kama Sutra, simply because I use Vedic Hindi/Buddhist shamanism from time-to-time, and study Tantric rituals and traditions in conjunction with Taoism.
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    I choose "Choose your own adventure"

    I would go with secrets of the millionaire mind. My goal in life is to own a cottage in the South of France, and the bible ain't gonna get me there.


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