The Little Book of Inner Peace by Ashley Davis Bush download in ePub, pdf, iPad
Other sections detail the political upheaval in Tibet and the greater global issues that need to be addressed. And, as I soon found out by picking up another, slightly larger book with the Dalai Lama's face on it, there's nothing original about it, either. As expected, the autobiographical section is focused on the Dalai Lama's Tibetan Buddhist training and eventual exile to India.
There are other, more appropriate books for that. The first half of the book is a brief autobiography, with just enough detail to satisfy. All written and personally viewed by the Dalai Lama.
In the years since I have completed my first reading of this book I have returned to it several times. It would be nice to have it in my room so I can easily open it up and gain some feel good perspective when I need it most.
The opinion-based portion is what I found the most interesting. It's sweet and an easy read. As with the other books I have read by His Holliness, this is a well-written, insightful book. Though his view point is obviously Buddhist based, he makes a concerted effort to let the reader know that conversion is not the objective of his writing.
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- Dai buchi neri all'adroterapia
- Kant, Kantianism, and Idealism
- Jesus outside the Lines
- Global Health and Global Health Ethics
- Die Legende von der »Neuen Welt«
- Aunt Dimity's Death
- Transition and Growth in Post-Communist Countries
- Bouddha au temps des neurosciences
- The Learner-Centred Curriculum
- Fly Me
- The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square