Particularly the New Testament. The Letter of James offers excellent, practical advice for the spiritual path.
Whereas the New Testament focusses on love and forgiveness, Bhagavad-Gita presents a more structured, nuanced and intellectually rigorous spirituality. Bhagavad-Gita offers different pathways to God Consciousness depending on the nature of one’s work (see 12.6-12). And Swami Prabhupada’s purports provide excellent colouring.
The Holy Bible and Bhagavad-Gita point to a personal Godhead. The Tao Te Ching draws our attention to Life’s all-present spirit. In recognising the Tao within ourselves and all things, and finding our natural place and work, the Tao Te Ching reminds us how to live in harmony.
Written as by the Angel Gabriel speaking to Muhammad, with direct references to the Holy Bible, The Noble Qur’an offers us yet another perspective on God and the beyond.
The Art of Success is my first and currently only book, although I hope to one day write a second. Feeling inspired by different life lessons that came across my path, The Art of Success draws upon the wisdom of 134 exemplars from business, politics, art, academia and sport, spanning 2,500 years of human civilisation. These valuable lessons served me well for a time and perhaps they can serve you, too.