The $100 Million Dollar Question

 

Video Transcript

Hey, what’s up? This is Leo for Actualized.org and I want to ask you the hundred million dollar question. The hundred million dollar question is this, “If you had a hundred million dollars right now in your bank account, you woke up with a hundred million dollars tomorrow, what would you do?”

Visualize It

Here’s the trick to this question, first of all I want you to actually go through and actually think it through, actually visualize and try to experience it but do it along the following lines: a hundred million dollars is in your bank account right now. Ask yourself, if you woke up tomorrow what would you really do knowing that you have that money? Sure, you’d probably go out and buy yourself a nice car, and then what would you do? You would go maybe rent a yacht and sail out into the ocean, have a party and probably go buy some expensive champagne at some fancy nightclub.

Then maybe you’d go travel to some favorite country that you’ve always wanted to travel to. Maybe you’d buy yourself that dream house that you’ve always wanted so you buy that. Maybe you’d move to the city that you want to live in or the country that you want to live in and you’d settle down there. Then you would decorate your house full of all the fancy gadgets and electronics that you would want, the TVs, DVD players, game systems, audio systems, kitchen appliances, whatever it is that you wanted you would do all that.

You’d get yourself some nice health insurance. If you have kids, you’d buy your kids some nice toys that they could have fun with. If you have a spouse you’d buy them some gifts and do some good for them. After all of that, let’s say you have a month to really sit down and use all that money or some chunk of it, after that, you’re still sitting on a hundred million dollars, what would you do then?

The question is what would you actually be doing with your life? What would you be putting your effort and energy into? Would you be putting that into some sort of cause? Would you be doing something creative? Would you be doing something productive? What would that be?

A Really Powerful Question

Sit down and just think about this methodic experiment. It’s a little bit silly but if you sit down and really think it through almost as though you have it, trick yourself into believing that you have the hundred million dollars and that you’ve gone through, you’ve bought the fancy cars and the houses and all the fancy gadgetry, you’ve done all the travelling you want to and now it’s the next day. You wake up, you’ve got the cash, you’ve done all the stuff, you’ve gotten that taken care of, and then what do you do then? That is the hundred million dollar question.

This is a really powerful question. When I asked myself this question and I got rid of some of all of that filler what I would do with that money? I would buy myself a nice camera, I’d buy myself a nicer car, I’d move to this place and buy myself a condo… After all that I just imagined myself sitting in that condo that I would have in some high rise somewhere in some nice city and then I would just kind of wake up and then I would think what is the next step for my life, and I really pictured it.

For me what I came up with was that I would be doing what I’m doing right now. Is that I would be travelling and I would be shooting videos and I would be studying self-development the way that I am right now, and then I would be presenting that information to people out there like you. That would hopefully get some benefit out of it and that for me there’s really nothing I would rather be doing than that.

I scanned all the different scenarios. Do I want to start some other company? Do I want to launch a new website? Do I maybe want to be professional X, or professional Y, or professional at Z? Do I want to just sit around and party? Do I want to go buy myself a yacht and travel to the Caribbean? What would I do?

For me it ultimately boiled down to the deepest satisfaction that I would get is pursuing self-development because to me the most interesting thing that I found in life. That’s personally just me, it doesn’t have to be you. For you it might be something else. Maybe for you it’s art or it’s running some sort of charity or maybe for you it is travel and all you want to do is travel. Maybe for you it’s playing some sort of sport or whatever.

It’s One Thing To Know It, It’s Another To Do It

The hundred million dollar question stands, what would you do with your life and the trick is of course once you’ve identified that thing is to really have the courage to go out there and do it. That’s what’s really difficult because of course you don’t have the hundred million dollars and you still have the bills to pay, and you still have your boss nagging you and maybe you don’t have health insurance, etcetera, etcetera. You have your issues that are limiting you. Basically you’re being limited by the money.

Maybe you don’t have the capital to start the business that you want to start, but the hundred million dollar question, the value of it is that it gets you thinking and it gets you to cut out all the filters because now there’s this tendency to think, “If I had a little bit more money I would go do that. If I had a little bit more I would do this.” Or what you do is you create projects and endeavors for yourself that are just about getting you money, but then the question is what would you do when you had that money?

Maybe you want to start a business right now and you want to start a business doing something, but ultimately if you had a hundred million dollars you wouldn’t start that business, because that’s not something you would be doing just for the sake of doing it, you’re only doing it because you want the reward for it. The money that would then get you someplace else. The question is what’s that ultimate place that you’re trying to get to?

For me what I’ve really figured out as I’ve done this exercise and I really, really imagined it and visualized it and almost lived it, I would wake up in the morning and I would picture myself having that money and then picture myself totally free. Free of all the obligations. I would cast aside all my obligations and then I would focus on what I want to create, the kind of impact that I want to have.

For me that’s self-development. I want to study it, I want to understand it better because the way I understand it right now, even though I’ve been studying it for a while now and I do coaching etcetera, I feel like my level of understanding of self-development is still very, very minuscule compared to what it could be and compared to what I want it to be. I really want to understand how human beings develop and all the strategies and techniques involved, all the challenges involved, and also I just want to see how far I can develop myself because for me that’s the most rewarding part of life is being able to grow anew by doing new and interesting things, pushing myself and seeing how far I can get and seeing how much satisfaction I can get out of life.

Take The Question To Heart

So that’s my purpose so to speak. The question is what is yours? I really encourage you to take this hundred million dollar question to heart and think about it as though it was real and have the courage to cast aside what society wants you to do, what your parents might think you should be doing, what your spouse might think you should be doing, all of that cast all of that aside and just ask yourself, if you were free of all that, you were free of all the social pressures, all the financial pressures that you have in your life, what would you be doing? If your answer is that you would be doing nothing, or all you would be doing is travelling, or all you would be doing is partying and using this money to buy gadgets and stuff, I think that you fail to appreciate the depth of the challenge there.

You think that the stuff that you’re going to acquire with the money is going to make you content but really bypass all that because that’s bullshit. It’s not going to make you content. You know better than that. You’ve gotten stuff in the past and you know it has never really satisfied you, what really satisfies you is what you’re doing. It’s the action that you’re taking towards something.

The question is what is that thing? For everybody it’s going to be different, the question is what is it for you? So if you had a million dollars, what would you be doing?

One Hundred Percent Authenticity

I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a hundred percent authentic in your expression and what it means to live a life where you’re expressing yourself at hundred percent. I feel this is something that most people don’t do and I think the people that are able to do this are able to tap into some sort of genius or they are able to get results that most of us are not able to even match or come close to. That’s because these people, what they’re able to do is they’re able to share who they are at the very core and whatever it is they’re doing in their life, whatever their career is, avocation whatever their job, they’re able to channel that and have their job express who they are one hundred percent.

What does that mean? To me it means whatever your deepest values are, whatever you love in life, being able to do it, do that thing and have it express yourself so it’s like the full expression of your personality. Let’s say you’re working at a job where you didn’t have to hold back at all, you can be just completely a hundred percent creative and just put forward and just bring out.

What you’re bringing out ultimately on some level it’s certain standards that you have, but ultimately if you can get past all the filters, what other people want you to be putting out, what maybe market research tells you to be putting out, what surveys tell you to be putting out, what economics tells you to be putting out like what’s going to earn you the most money, if you get rid of all of those filters and you just are left with what you feel is most valuable to be creative in and you’re able to bring that forward and bring it out and somehow manifest it, that is what a hundred percent authentic expression is. I think there’s a lot of power behind that, but the problem is that most of us are not in a position to really be that expressive. I don’t mean just going and being an artist, that’s not what I’m talking about.

You can be running a business, you could be working for somebody else, it doesn’t really matter what you’re doing. The question is, is it an expression of your deepest personality, who you truly are and your deepest values? I think for most people the answer is no because they are either stuck in some job that they’re just doing to pay the bills, or they’ve not really taken the time to do the deep soul searching that you’ve got to do in order to even know who it is that you are, what your values are to really get down to the core of those, clarify them and then find a medium or a vehicle to translate them to the world.

Maybe if you’re an entrepreneur then for you that’s starting a business. Maybe you don’t even care what kind of business it is. You can express your values as an entrepreneur by starting some sort of business and then just really running t really well. Maybe it’s that.

Maybe if you’re an artist then there’s a certain something that you want to share with the world, a certain something about you that you want to express or a way that you’re looking at the world around you and you want to express it in a certain style and so be completely authentic to that style and not holding back because you’re not worried about how someone might judge it. Whether they’ll like it or not. Whether they’ll buy your painting or not. You don’t care about any of that. You’re just so comfortable in it that you’re able to express, just to express, express, express without any sort of attachment to getting validation or feedback from society or anybody else.

It Takes A Lot Of Courage

I think this is really difficult thing to do this completely authentically hundred percent, because in reality that you do have these issues of, “Am I going to get paid for it? How am I going to make ends meet? What if people don’t like it? How’s that going to reflect on me? What if people think my art sucks? What if people think the way that I run a business sucks?”

Putting yourself in that kind of position where you can do this, where you can totally express yourself is very challenging. It takes a lot of balls. It takes a lot of courage to put yourself out there on the line because you run the risk of being rejected, you might even run the risk of being hurt financially as you do this. I think the challenge in life is finding a way to get yourself in this kind of position where you’re able to express yourself authentically.

First, that means you’ve got to know yourself authentically, so you have to do a little bit of soul searching. It’s not something that you can just get in one day, it’s something that you’ve got to go out there and test stuff out and through a process of trial and error ultimately you’re going to peel that onion back, you’re going to peel those layers back until you get to the core of what your purpose is. Once you’ve got that core then that is the first step so now you have some sort of idea of what you should be moving towards.

Then of course they’re practical challenges to all this. Even if you know what you should be expressing and what that means, it’s still a challenge to put yourself practically in this situation where you can do that without being beholden to other forces. Maybe you care what your parents think about you. Maybe you care what your spouse thinks about you. Maybe you care about what your friends think about you. Maybe you care about the money that you’re getting and you feel like you have to weigh your creative output with the amount of money you will be getting for it.

Maybe you feel being a hundred percent authentic would be rewarding for you. Spiritually it would feel nice but it wouldn’t pay the bills at that level you want it to pay at. Maybe you wouldn’t be a millionaire if you did it. Maybe you’d only be making fifty thousand a year if. Maybe you feel like you’d not even be making that, maybe you feel like you wouldn’t be able to make any money doing whatever it is that you really love doing.

The Most Rewarding Position To Be In

I think the power though, is to summon the courage and then of course use your logic, use your intellect, use practical things that you understand, tools to kind of put yourself in a position where you can be there expressing yourself, hopefully getting rewarded for it financially and also not caring what others think of you. I think that’s ultimately the most rewarding position to be in in life. The trick though is figuring out how to get those pieces to all fit together.

That’s a large puzzle to solve. That’s not something you solve in a week, a month. It’s probably going to be a multiple-year long endeavor for you to get this handled. Maybe it’s going to take a decade to get it handled, maybe even more because you’ve got to do some deep soul searching, figure out what you want then you’ve got to actually start putting the action steps in place to get yourself there. Maybe that means you’re going to start a business that can earn you enough money so you can be financially independent so that then you can do whatever it is you want to do.

I think the power of this concept is that once you get yourself in a position where you can be authentic, just expressing who you are, that is like the core because there’s something that you can bring to the world given your unique experiences and your beliefs and your skillsets and your personal history and psychology that nobody else on the planet can do. Whether that’s being manifest through business or through a job that you have, through some sort of career or whatever it is that you do, volunteer work, it doesn’t really matter. There’s something there that you can share with the world that will be of value and that’s your personality manifest through some sort of lens like a job or whatever.

I think it’s really powerful that once you get aligned with that, once you get all the elements in your life aligned with all that, then you can start achieving amazing things. You’re going to start feeling really rewarded and great about yourself not because you’re earning money, but because you’re having the kind of impact that you want. And it’s not even so much about impact it’s just that you’re just expressing, it’s just like a full natural expression you feel so good about that that almost nothing else is even necessary.

The Snowball Effect

Ironically what happens is that when you are that expressive, usually what happens is that stuff starts aligning with you and you start getting more and more success and it starts snowballing. Because you’re being expressive, people are drawn to it, because you’re sharing something unique that nobody else is offering then that all of a sudden puts you in a position where you have prestige, you have authority, you have value, so you can charge more and therefore the finances come into place as well. Then you get your independence and then that just lets you express yourself even more. So you get this snowball effect going.

Now that is the ultimate goal I think I have for you if you are interested in life purpose and finding your life purpose and getting on track with your life purpose, is finding out what it is that you want to express and how exactly you want to express it and then putting an action plan into place for getting that going. So maybe you’re just starting this, or maybe you’re already half way into it and there’s some extra steps you have to take to move them further along. Either way, I encourage you to think about what kind of true expression you want to have in your life.

Ten Dream Killers and How to Avoid Them

Everyone has had a dream at one point in their lives. Do you remember yours? It might not be the same today as it was then, but I’m guessing you probably knew at some time or another what you wanted for yourself that would make you happy.

As time goes on, things change. Our lives become complicated and the dreams we once had appear to be just that, dreams (not real). That saddens me deeply. Life is too short to think of something we want for ourselves, that we are passionate about, is only a dream, meaning not a possibility.

I have found that it is hard enough holding onto my own dreams without “reality”, getting in the way, or someone or situation coming along to try and kill it. So, after quite a bit of thought and contemplation on what had been negging me out, I came up with a list. The list was quite long, but I found that most of the list was repeating itself.

Here are the 10 most common “dream killers” that I found, followed by some ideas on throwing them out the window.

Non-believers

We all know this one very well. “Whatever, you’ll never be able to do that. Come back to reality.” Sound familiar? Just because someone else can’t do something, they think you can’t do it either. Don’t let a non-believer keep you from chasing your dreams. In fact, your just better off not talking to them about it. Let’s face it, the only way to turn them into a “believer”, is to show them. Actions do speak louder than words.†

Negativity

This is by far my biggest pet peeve, because I too am guilty of it (a lot). Something negative will always surface (many, many times) on your journey. Don’t let something negative whether it be someone or an obstacle, stop you from moving forward. Try to use that negativity to your advantage.

I always find that when something negative comes along, I use it as fuel for my desire. I take it and aim to prove myself by focusing harder. Try and do the same. Negativity will always be there, might as well use it.

Laziness

The number 1 reason why I am writing this today instead of 5 years ago. Laziness comes in many forms. You lose your inspiration, you’re too tired, you procrastinate, lost motivation, put your dream on the back burner to focus on something that better suits your needs now, yadda, yadda, yadda.. It’s ok to take the occasional day off. Just don’t let laziness turn you into a sloth.

Look for ways to stay focused, driven, motivated, and inspired. I find my inspiration daily from other personal development sites, books, e-books, quotes, music, and deep thinking. Staying inspired is the best way to keep chasing your desires, without succumbing to couch-lock.

Fear

Fear of the unknown, fear of change, fear of failure. There are countless reasons caused by fear that stops us from pursuing our dreams and aspirations. One method that has helped me rid some of these fears, is to accept them as an obstacle. An obstacle that if I can pass, I will advance on my quest. Look at fear as a chance to take a giant leap forward towards your passions. Once you pass a fear, you gain a vast amount of courage that will take you to the next level, leaps and bounds faster.

Money

Money. I once believed that money was an unbeatable restraint to following my passion. I was wrong. It’s only an illusion. You don’t have to have much money to follow your dreams. You can start out with a small amount and still chase your passions. Just take a look at the “100 Dollar Startup“, by Chris Guillebeau. Many have started life of living on their own terms doing what they love for a small amount of cash. Don’t let money be an excuse to stop you, that’s what “they” want you to think. Who is “they”, I don’t know, others not on board with you.

Low Self-Esteem

Having a lowly image of yourself is not only a dream killer, but doesn’t even allow you have the dream to begin with. I have been there. You don’t feel good enough, you feel ugly, worried about what others think desperately searching for their approval. Guess what? You don’t need anyone’s approval. Who cared what others think.

More than likely you are in a situation you don’t need to be in. Whether it is a relationship that holds you down, or loneliness that causes you sadness and self torment. Change your routine and do it before it’s too late. Start to surround yourself with better people. Those that accept others for who they are and encourage you to be yourself. Read some good personal development books. Ones that actually give you hope and inspiration, not the ones that are only out to throw a gimmick at you. Most importantly, search inside yourself and find the inner voice that appreciates you for who you are. Bring the real you up the surface and stop worrying so much. You’re alright by me 🙂

Bad Dreams

As much as we would all like our greatest dreams to become a reality, some of them are just better left to the imagination. If your dream is to become a Colombian Drug Lord (good luck), it’s probably a bad dream. On a more realistic note, if your dream is to become rich doing something that means nothing to anyone else, probably a bad dream.

I am not saying that you can’t follow any and every dream, you can. Although some may not be suited for the outcome you hoped for. Imagine the output of your dream. Break it down into pieces and think about how you could make an action plan to put it together and see the end result you envision. If some of the pieces don’t fit and are not related to who you are as a person, you probably are just fantasizing. I would say that a Drug Lord has very few worries when it comes to doing the right thing, or following along with the law. If you are a law abiding citizen, it’s not going to be for you. Now, that’s a far-fetched example, but the dreams that are bad, usually are.

Lack of a solid support system

Not having someone or even multiple people believe in what you wish to bring into your reality, it is hard to stay motivated and excited about it. Personally, my friends and family support me in whatever I do, as long as I don’t overwhelm them by talking about it too much. I find my inspiration and support from connecting with others online, trying to accomplish the same goals as me.

If you are in a similar situation, or worse yet, have the people that are supposed to be at your side and support you, trying their hardest to talk you out of your dream, you got issues. Not to say you should give up, you should never give up on something that you truly believe in, no matter what anyone says. I would try to find support from different people and try to sit down with those non-believers and explain to them that if they love and support you, they will understand and have your back. Unless of course they are right and your idea is a “bad dream”. Then maybe you should listen.

Over analyzing

Thinking too much about what you are doing when in pursuit of a dream will have you re-thinking it, changing it, re-thinking it, deleting it, re-writing it, and you get the point. I have a had a tremendous issue with over analyzing every situation in my life. When it came to having a dream that I thought I wanted to take action on, I would basically think myself out of it and move on to something else.

Of course you want to make sure you are taking action on a dream that you will fully devote yourself to, but to over analyze it to the point of exhaustion will only leave you stressed and changing your mind. During my time of over-thinking and analyzing my ideas, I could have reached far greater accomplishments if I had given my dream a chance. A funny experience (or painful), I had is when I had an initial dream of changing the world in someway through an online website, 2 years ago, is that it ended up being the one I went after in the end, or present day.†

It is all a learning experience nonetheless, but one that could take far less time, if you only analyze and not over do it. In other words, think and know but don’t think and not know…uh..yeah.

Underestimating

To underestimate what you are capable of, is to give up before you begin. Underestimating yourself and your capabilities is a dream killer for sure. A good way to remedy underestimating yourself is to stop thinking and start knowing, or just do it. You will only know the value of what you bring to the table if you take action.

Know who you are and understand that everyone in the world who has ever fulfilled their dreams are no different than you are, other than the fact that they took action and kept moving forward. You might not be the next Einstein, but with inspiration and motivation, along with taking action and never giving up, is a recipe for success.†

– Justin Harmon

Review: The Ultimate Life Purpose Course (Leo Gura)

Guys I bought it. I can attest that the program is really amazing. I’ve watched many products before but this is some high quality shit, dude’s on point here. Really worth a couple hundred $$.

It gives you a full picture of what it takes to find what he calls “life purpose”. It explains every concept related to it, for example, why should you find it and why it’s so important. The first part breaks down all the concepts, which are in a way all the fields involved in your development, for example flow, mastery, commitment, fear, resistance, etc. I’ve watched only 14/90 videos so far so I couldn’t really give you the full picture, but so far I feel like I’m really grasping all these concepts, that I’ve heard or read about, but I feel like now I understand them much better.

The insights he has are very deep, he takes time to fully explore every concept he talks about; you can feel that he’s trying to give you the full picture. I mean, if you enjoy the way he explains the concepts in youtube and you find his content insightful, you can’t go wrong with this course. It’s the same delivery format he uses in his free videos, with the difference that in this program every video is somehow connected with each other, it feels more cohesive and organized. I was really hesitant to spend that amount of money on a course, but so far I’m pretty glad I did. As a general rule I find that paid programs are better structured than free stuff, and what you lose in $ makes up for lost time searching from different content and going through the same concepts over and over again in different books and videos to find some insight you didn’t have before.
He gives you book suggestions for the concepts explained in each video, and audio reviews from some of those books. If you have been following him for a while and like his stuff, plus you can afford it, go get it. It’s the first program I paid for, and I find that having spent so much money makes you really commit to following through and buy in into his ideas, as opposed to torrenting it or surfing around youtube, where you watch a video and completely forget everything about it the next day.

Forgot to mention, I feel more focused now, like there’s a path before me. I’m pretty indecisive as an INTP and tend to go from one extreme to another; one day I’m fully determined to bust my ass and get my life handled and the next day I’m in a full on nihilistic existential crisis (I’ve read way too much Jed McKenna’s stuff by now). However since I started watching this I have been feeling more consistent, like these concepts are somehow pulling me up, like some weird unconscious shit.

Now I feel like I’m writing an infomercial, but really, I think it’s that good. He gets a bit too intense and heroic here and there which can be too much, especially if you’re kinda nihilistic like me, but overall he has this accurate and realistic vibe in what he’s trying to convey.

– zepx01

Great Spiritual Lives

Muhammad Asad – The Road to Mecca (1954)
St. Augustine – Confessions (400)
G. K. Chesterton – St Francis of Assisi (1922)
Ram Dass – Be Here Now (1971)
Hermann Hesse – Siddartha (1922)
Margery Kempe – The Book of Margery Kempe (1436)
Malcolm X – The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1964)
W. Somerset Maugham – The Razor’s Edge (1944)

❖ Malcolm X was a petty criminal whose religious conversion turned
him into a voice for black empowerment.
❖ Muhammad Asad grew up a Viennese Jew but left Europe behind to
become a champion of Islam.
❖ St. Augustine lived for cheap entertainments and sex, but after great
soul searching became a father of the Catholic church.
❖ Richard Alpert, professor of psychology, gave up his Harvard career
to become Ram Dass, master meditator and guru.
❖ Francis of Assisi was the son of a well-off businessman who threw
away his inheritance in order to restore ruined churches and
commune with nature.
❖ Margery Kempe was a prideful harridan whose visions of Jesus
made her into a woman of God.
❖ In Somerset Maugham’s novel based on fact, Larry Darrell turns
his back on material comforts in favor of a life-long spiritual
search.

40 Books to Read Before You’re 40

The books below cover nonfiction, fiction, and poetry to help navigate life in career, in family, or in loss. There are also a few classics that you should have read by now regardless! How many of the below books have you read?

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    Unaccustomed Earth

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    The Remains of the Day

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    Middlemarch

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    The Year of Magical Thinking

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    THE CHOSEN

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    A Little Life

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    The Age of Innocence

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    American Pastoral

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    The Interestings

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    War and Peace

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    Dear Life

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    Big Magic

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    A House For Mr. Biswas

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    The Razor’s Edge

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    The Portable Dorothy Parker

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    Ulysses

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    A Thousand Splendid Suns

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    Man’s Search for Meaning

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    The Sea

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    Leaves of Grass

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    Lolita

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    A TOWN LIKE ALICE

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    The Sense of an Ending

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    Celebrations

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    People of the Book

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    Cloud Atlas

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    Wuthering Heights

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    In Cold Blood

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    MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN

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    A Brief History of Seven Killings

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    Stag’s Leap

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    Great Expectations

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    An American Tragedy

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    When Breath Becomes Air

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    The African Trilogy

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    One Hundred Years of Solitude

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    Alexander Hamilton

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    We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves

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    The Idiot

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    Homegoing