What are the best books about life

Thinking: Over 30 thought-provoking books

Do you like to get lost in your thoughts? Do you like to ponder life? With these books you broaden your horizons and dare to think outside the box. Especially for Backpackers, world travelers, frequent travelers and everyone else who likes to think about life.

"Only when you come into contact with books do you discover that you have wings."

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"You have ever thought of leaving everything behind and just taking care of yourself? Perhaps now is the right time to do just that. Elizabeth breaks down her tents in New York after a failed marriage and takes herself a year off. She spends easy and difficult hours in Italy, India and Bali and knows in the end that the search for yourself can be anywhere in the world, you just have to be ready.
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"Hape Kerkeling would rather count himself as a couch potato than call himself enthusiastic about hiking. And yet one fine day he decides to undertake the long and arduous journey on the Camino de Santiago. A wonderfully authentic report about the arduous path and why it is worth taking the strain. He also does not withhold some philosophical wisdom or thinking about God and the world from his readers. After reading this book, you will feel the urge like Hape did the Camino de Santiago to go. "
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"The Little Prince lives with his rose on the planet asteroid B 612 and visits the earth. Here, in addition to the narrator who made an emergency landing in the desert in his airplane, he gets to know the fox, who explains how to familiarize him: “You are responsible for what you have made yourself familiar with throughout your life”.
A world-famous book full of wisdom and with many common quotes, such as "You can only see clearly with the heart" or "The essential is invisible to the eyes."
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"The two sisters could not be more different, Katie leads a disciplined and civic life, while Mia knows how to enjoy life to the fullest. But the two are bound by a strong bond of sibling love. All of that suddenly changes one day, as Katie learns of her sister's death. All she has left is a diary from Mia that falls into her hands. Without knowing what to expect, she packs her backpack and travels to the places where Mia was last. after her sister's past. She learns things that she never thought possible ... "
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"Despite his two-year prison stay, the Australian is still on the run from Interpol. When Lindsay goes into hiding in Bombay, he meets the Indian Prabaker. The two become friends and master their lives together. In the depths of the metropolis, he not only learns what it means to be poor, he also decides to completely change his life and helps those who missed out. Until one day he falls for a woman who threatens to drag him down into the underworld ... "
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"His destination was Alaska. The road there was long and full of experiences. He wanted to find out what really matters in life. He was fed up with his old life and set out on his own adventure. Chris McCandless dreamed of eternal freedom and the beautiful and lonely wilderness. Jon Krakauer has written a wonderful and incredibly sad book based on his diary entries and dozens of interviews with family and friends. Would you be ready to leave it all behind? "
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"At some point it comes, the point at which you have to decide. Profession and career or a life in freedom, but always with the factor of uncertainty and financial insecurity. Andi was at exactly this point. As an economics student, he wanted himself actually preparing for his professional career. But then everything turned out differently. He gave in to his inner urge and set out on a journey that ultimately lasted over 10 years. An exciting life, always in search of the meaning of life and personal happiness. .. "
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"Who hasn't" almost "cracked the million in front of the television at Günther Jauch's? Meike Winnemuth writes exactly about this scenario in her autobiography. Except that it wasn't quite a million. But you can start a lot with € 500,000 . And that's exactly what she does. The journalist decides to go blue for a year. She has been to every continent and has experienced all kinds of things. And she shares that with us in her great book about life and freedom. What would you do if you could afford it all? "
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"Drugs and sex with strange men determine the life of the 26-year-old Cheryl. Caught in the pull of her mother's death and her failed marriage, she tries to fight the pain. Until she gets to a point where She realizes that she can't go on like this. One day, a guide book about the Pacific Crest Trail falls into her hand and she decides to venture the trip of a lifetime. With a backpack that is much too heavy, which she calls "the monster". she sets off. Alone and without a clue what to expect ... "
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"This book is an absolute must for anyone who likes things a little more spiritual. The American doctor Marlo Morgan is given a rare honor. She is invited to the Australian bush to go on a three-month ritual hike with the Aborigines. First of all Causes discomfort in her, becomes an enrichment in the course of the tour, as she would never have thought possible. "

The incredible journey of the Smithy Ide

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"How must it feel when your life slips completely from one day to the next? Smithy Ide has this experience and is almost broken by it. His parents are dying and he is devastated. As if that wasn't enough pain, a short time later he learns that his sister, who lives on the other end of America, also died. Then he makes a decision. He grabs his old bike, which has seen better days, and decides to ride across America. to see his sister one last time. An adventurous journey begins. "

Swap everyday life for life

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"How difficult is it to leave everything behind and just take a year off? Franziska Schmitt finds out and lets us be part of it in her autobiography. The panic that life will pass her by and that she might miss something has always been That's why she dared the biggest step in her life so far. She quit her job, closed her apartment and set off on a trip to Asia. A year later, nothing is as it was ... "

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