which books are best for gaining powers?
>>11450679I too am interested in this question.
it is not (just) about the books you read but about the need your mind has for them.
>he thinks books are still relevant>he thinks they will provide him with such sacred knowledgeSorry kid, but it's time you learned that the Internet is allhttps://www.google.gr/amp/s/m.wikihow.com/Develop-Powers%3famp=1
>>11451390Books to increase my mind's need for books?
>>11452539not quite. i mean that you will only make use of what you read if you have a need for it. but if you dont really have a need for new information then anything you read will go to waste or be only superficially assimilated.like, if matilda had been born in a loving family and was emotionally supported by her parents, then she woudnt need to look for that in books. if she chose to read anyway, it would just be a hobby or a past time, as her mind would already be fed by her interactions with other people. but as she was alone, her mind needed some human contact, which she found in books. this fed the mind and gave her tools to develop her 'powers'.
>>11454085why this book in particular?
Culture of Critique
>>11454649ah, yes, the wonderful power of being socially repugnant
>>11450679Unironically the Bible. All others are inferior """"shortcuts,""""" and you know what the Japanese say about short cuts, right? "Isoge ga maware," or "If you're in a hurry, take the long way (lit. go around)." Also, in this case, the long way drops off into a pit of eternal torment.