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Ed Latimore

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Ed Latimore is a retired American professional boxer, influencer, and author.
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An Epidemic of Absence
A New Way of Understanding Allergies and Autoimmune Diseases
Moises Velasquez-Manoff - 2012-09-04
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A brilliant, cutting-edge report on the rise of autoimmune disease—and the controversial new “worm therapy” that scientists are embracing to treat it....
Ed Latimore
Love this book! I recommend it to everyone!      source
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The Black Swan
Second Edition
Nassim Nicholas Taleb - 2007-05-15
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Discover the power of Black Swan events with this thought-provoking and revolutionary book. Through playful and engaging writing, the author explains why Black Swan events have such massive consequences, despite their perceived improbability. This second edition includes a new essay that provides tools to better understand and navigate the complexity of a Black Swan world.
Ed Latimore
@dvassallo Great book. The entire series by Taleb is game changing stuff for thinking and perspectives.      source
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Speaker for the Dead
Orson Scott Card - 1994-08-15 (first published in 1986)
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In this award-winning classic, Ender Wiggin seeks redemption after being labeled the destroyer of an alien race. Set 3,000 years after the war, Ender tells the true story and seeks to prevent history from repeating itself. As a powerful voice known as The Speaker for the Dead, he confronts another alien race with their strange and deadly ways. Winner of the Hugo and Nebula Awards, Speaker for the Dead is a must-read for science fiction fans.
Ed Latimore
A Course In Miracles The Art of Learning The Tao of Jeet Kune Do Speaker For The Dead The Great Train Robbery      source
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The Great Train Robbery
Michael Crichton - 1979-01-01 (first published in 1975)
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This thrilling tale takes place in Victorian London, where both lavish wealth and appalling poverty exist side-by-side. Follow the charming and ingenious Edward Pierce as he sets out to commit the most daring theft of a fortune in gold - stealing a locomotive. Fueled with suspense and surprises, The Great Train Robbery will leave you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
Ed Latimore
A Course In Miracles The Art of Learning The Tao of Jeet Kune Do Speaker For The Dead The Great Train Robbery      source
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The Art of Learning
An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance
Josh Waitzkin - 2007-05-08
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"The Art of Learning" is a riveting book that shares the principles of learning and performance from two-time world champion Josh Waitzkin. Through heart-stopping martial arts and tense chess face-offs, Waitzkin takes readers on a journey to excellence, revealing how a well-thought-out, principled approach to learning separates success from failure. He shares how to embrace defeat and channel emotions into creative fuel, turn weaknesses into strengths, and achieve peak performance in any competitive or professional circumstance. Learn from Waitzkin's life lessons in this page-turning narrative.
Ed Latimore
I recommend this book for your mind.      source
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A Course in Miracles
Combined Volume
Helen Schucman - 1996-01-01 (first published in 1976)
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A spiritual book channeled by a clinical psychologist who received dictation from an inner voice that identified itself as Jesus. The book details the process and culminating moment of this experience, including heightened dream imagery, psychic episodes, visions, and an inner voice leading to the creation of the book.
Ed Latimore
I recommend this book for your heart.      source
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Carlos Santana
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Tao of Jeet Kune Do
New Expanded Edition
Bruce Lee - 1975-01-01
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Discover the science and philosophy behind a martial arts fighting system pioneered by Bruce Lee himself with this iconic volume. Originally published in 1975, this seminal guide includes hundreds of Lee’s own illustrations and has now been expanded and updated with topics such as Zen and enlightenment, kicking, striking, grappling, and footwork. With an introduction by Linda Lee and the collaboration of Shannon Lee and Bruce Lee Enterprises, this book is an essential read for any practitioner looking to gain insight into the mind of one of the world’s greatest martial artists.
Ed Latimore
I recommend this book for your body.      source