I recently finished listening to 12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson, narrated by Jordan B. Peterson on my Audible app. I thought it was very powerful in terms of taking personal responsibility for your own life – and to make your life (and the lives of your family and community) stronger. Growing up with a Jewish father, a Lutheran mother, I went to … Continue reading Book Review: 12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson
Richard Feynman won a Nobel Prize, played a key role in science in the 20th century, and obviously has a great mind. But this collection of anecdotes reveals that despite (maybe because of?) his great mind, he is a little odd. Perhaps a mind as great as his has been filled with great scientific understanding, sharp and analytical thinking, and a deep purpose, to the … Continue reading Surely You’re Joking, Mr Feynman!
“D-Day Through German Eyes” is an eye-opening book with a series of terrible tales. In contrary to the Saving Private Ryan/Band of Brothers/Western tales that tell the stories of Allied Heroes, it tells the story of D-Day from the point of view of 4/5 German soldiers. Continue reading D-DAY Through German Eyes – The Hidden Story of June 6th 1944