The apex of Lebanese poet Gibran’s work, The Prophet is a series of philosophical sermons the Prophet gives to villagers.
The cover of this book, full of deep reds and green leaves, is perhaps the most colourful and vibrant thing I have come across, much like Bond’s writing.
The first Indian person to win the Nobel prize is also an admirer of life, as seen through his poetry collection, Gitanjali.
Some of the most wonderful Romantic poetry written, this selection of classic poetry is considered to be revolutionary to English literature.
A brilliant poet, Mary Oliver talks about nature and its facets with elegance and innocence. Her opening poem in this anthology is ‘Staying Alive,’
This epistolary novel is a collection of letters Rilke wrote to a young poet, on the cusp of a big decision.
One of the surest ways to experience the beauty of life is to experience the beauty of the world. When all else goes to waste, it is love that sustains us.
The Alchemist has been a bestseller for ages now, and his provided an easy doorway into philosophy for millions of people all over the world.
The essential guide to the law of attraction, this book has created quite a stir in the self-help community since it came out.
An environmental travelogue of sorts, this recounts Macfarlane’s journeys through the wildernesses of Ireland and Britain.