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Most people are only as needy as their unmet needs.Amir Levine
Attached by Amir Levine
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This was a really wonderful book for introducing me to new ways of seeing and talking about relationships. It helped clarify and label some of my intuitions about why some of my past relationships worked or didn't. It also helped me see patterns in s...more
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The Night Circus
by Erin Morgenstern
read in February, 2014
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I enjoyed this book, but wouldn't wholeheartedly recommend it.

The circus and magic are intriguing and fun! Morgenstern's use of language is generally smooth. It's atmospheric and charming.

But the characters and their relationships feel very flat and...more
In the Beginning by Ikuro Ishigure
In the Beginning
by Ikuro Ishigure
read in January, 2013
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This and Kageyama's Fundamentals were my first Go books. I read this as a 15-20k. Much of it was beyond my ability at the time, but I still got a lot out of it! I've revisited it a few times, and will continue to. A wonderful book.
Tesuji by James Davies
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Amazing! There is so much to learn in here!

A 5d friend of mine gave me this, Attack and Defense, and Kageyama's Fundamentals. He said that I can basically keep re-reading each and they're all I'll ever need. While I've read numerous other books, I do...more
Graded Go Problems For Beginners Vol. 3 by Kano Yoshinori
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A wonderful collection of Go problems! It says 20-15k, but I worked through this as 12-9k or so...it was just about right! I carried it around in my purse and worked through the problems cover to cover over a month or so.

I also read the next in the s...more
Graded Go Problems for Beginners by Yoshinori Kano
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A perfect book of problems for maybe 10-5k range. It breaks things into chapters dealing with life and death, ko, endgame, direction of play, etc. The problems are realistic and have helped me grow stronger.

The previous book of the series was equally...more
The Direction of Play by Kajiwara Takeo
The Direction of Play
by Kajiwara Takeo
read in July, 2013
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Wow! I love Takeo's writing style. He approaches the game with such a reverence and intensity. I feel like reading this restructured a fundamental way I saw the game. Reading this made me see with much more clarity stones' relationships one to anothe...more
Lessons in the Fundamentals of Go by Toshiro Kageyama
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This and Ishigure's "In the Beginning" were my first Go books. I read this as a 15-20k. It was far beyond my ability to understand, but I did learn from it. It's a very entertaining read. Kageyama has a great attitude about him, and hops from topic t...more
My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George
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This was one of my favorite books when I was little. Returning to it 20 years later, it still delighted me!

Reading the other reviews—especially the negative ones—surprised me; I never thought of this as a "you can overcome anything," a "survival," or...more
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Osho
“Always remember to judge everything by your inner feeling of bliss.”
Osho, Being in Love: How to Love with Awareness and Relate Without Fear

“Every time you place a stone on the board you are exposing something of yourself. It is not just a piece of slate, shell or plastic. You have entrusted to that stone your feelings, your individuality, your will power, and once it is played there is no going back. Each stone carries a great responsibility on your behalf.”
Kajiwara Takeo, The Direction of Play
tags: baduk, go, igo, weiqi

“Until you divest yourself of the notion that you are a collection of needs, an empty vessel that someone else must fill up, there will be no safe place to harbor yourself, no safe shore to reach. As long as you think mostly of getting, you will have nothing real to give.”
Merle Shain, Hearts That We Broke Long Ago

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