Literature

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  • Funny in Farsi Book by Firoozeh Dumas

    Funny in Farsi Book by Firoozeh Dumas

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    Funny in Farsi: A Memoir of Growing Up Iranian in America is a 2003 memoir by Iranian American author Firoozeh Dumas. The book describes Dumas’s move with her family in 1972, at age seven, from Iran to Whittier, California, and her life in the United States for the next several decades.

  • Open Your Mind to Prosperity by Catherine Ponder

    Open Your Mind to Prosperity by Catherine Ponder

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    The present book opens the mind of the audience to approach the certain facts that they knew from the beginning of their lives, but work and hardship prevented them from achieving them. This book presents the art of dynamic prayer in a concise and useful way.

  • Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy by David D. Burns

    Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy by David D. Burns

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    The present book is about a revolutionary yet drug-free method of treating depression called cognitive therapy. The word cognition means thought or perception. Cognitive therapy is based on a simple theory that says that instead of external events, it is your thoughts and attitudes that shape your mood.

  • Heroism and Zurkhaneh traditions Book by Khosrow Aghayari

    Heroism and Zurkhaneh traditions Book by Khosrow Aghayari

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    In the introduction of the book, the author deals in detail with the history of sports in the world and Iran and how the rituals of heroism and the tradition of chivalry and modesty are related to sports in Iran.

  • Ten days to self-esteem by David D. Burns(Farsi)

    Ten days to self-esteem by David D. Burns (Farsi)

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    Self-Esteem in Ten Steps, only in its second edition in the United States, has sold three million copies and is one of the best books published in this field. Existence tests of anxiety, satisfaction, mood, depression, self-confidence and cognitive therapy methods have made the book a very useful self-study for the general public and a good resource for therapists, counselors and students of behavioral sciences.

  • You Can Create An Exceptional Life by C. Richardson & L. Hay (Farsi)

    You Can Create An Exceptional Life by C. Richardson & L. Hay (Farsi)

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    Louise Hay with her powerful and eloquent words, Louise Hay has led many people around the world from darkness, despair and despair to a ray of better life. One of these people is Cheryl Richardson, who was also influenced by the teachings of this great and unique teacher before he became a famous writer.

  • Manichaeism and Its Reflection in Iran by Farajollah Mizani

    Manichaeism and Its Reflection in Iran by Farajollah Mizani

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    The present book examines the relationship between Maoism and Maoism and the ideas of Marx, Lenin, Stalin, and Marxism-Leninism and Chinese nationalism. It is important to note that most Marxists in their study of Marxist thought pay attention to praising and expressing the positive characteristics of Marxism, but the author of the present book criticizes the ideas of Mao and Maoism.

  • Mao and Maoism by Wen Shun Chi (Farsi Edition)

    Mao and Maoism by Wen Shun Chi (Farsi Edition)

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    The present translation is related to the “Mao” section of the book. In this section, the author analyzes Mao’s life, political, philosophical, economic and cultural thoughts and ideas. Mao has combined the philosophy of statehood in China with the principles of Marxism.

  • The World as Will and Representation by Arthur Schopenhauer

    The World as Will and Representation by Arthur Schopenhauer

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    Arthur Schopenhauer expresses his philosophical ideas in this book. This book begins with an abstract discussion of our relationship to the world we experience, the world as we open it to ourselves. He begins his book with this line: “The world is my representation.” Schopenhauer believes that what causes human suffering is the intensity of his will.

  • Stalking the Soul by Marie-France Hirigoyen (Farsi)

    Stalking the Soul by Marie-France Hirigoyen (Farsi)

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    This book explores examples of psychological harassment and teaches the reader the power to recognize, analyze, deal with, and overcome it. The book, which exposes the thoughts and behaviors of psychopaths, helps victims of this type of mischief to confront and solve the problem, warns of the harm and danger of these people, and those who are conspired against. They are instructed not to give up, not to forgive anyone in vain, and to raise their grievances. A book that will save you from falling into the role of a victim.

  • Psycho-Cybernetics Book by Maxwell Maltz (Farsi)

    Psycho-Cybernetics Book by Maxwell Maltz (Farsi)

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    Psycho-Cybernetics is a self-help program that has saved the lives of millions. It has sold more than 30 million copies since the 1960s, when Dr. Maxwell Maltz wrote the first book on psychic cybernetics. Today, well-known and successful psychologists, administrators, athletes, students recommend reading Dr. Maltz’s methods.

  • The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown (Farsi)

    The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown (Farsi)

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    Many people expect more from themselves than they are capable of, which stems from perfectionism. Perfectionism has two different negative and positive aspects, but the negative aspect is that it has become more prevalent in the modern world. This trait causes people to try to do everything at their best in life while it is impossible because achieving unattainable ideals causes us to lose our self-esteem and become depressed.

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