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The World Could Be Otherwise

The World Could Be Otherwise

by Norman Fischer
224 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
No-Nonsense Buddhism For Beginners
by Noah Rasheta
146 Pages · 2018 · 1 MB · 1,896 Downloads · New!
No-Nonsense Buddhism For Beginners is the Buddhism history, practices, and rituals book that contains each and everything that you wanted to know about Buddhism. Noah Rasheta is the author of this imposing book. Buddha was a teacher who guides people about the right path. He was not a God and neither he asks people to ask him, God. There are millions of images or statues of the Buddha that we have seen him worshipping. His teachings are surrounded to overcome the difficulties of life. He tries to avoid ego-centered life without any trouble. From Buddha’s point of view, ignorance is the poison and it cannot allow to live a standard and happier life.
The Heart of Buddha’s Teaching
by Thich Nhat Hanh
304 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Heart of Buddha’s Teaching: Transforming Suffering into Peace, Joy, and Liberation” is a best-selling book that introduces the core teaching of Buddhism. Thich Nhat Hanh is the author of this famous book. Thich Nhat Hanh is a teacher-poet, author and peace activist. He lives in the Plum Village Monastery in France. He is suggesting that peace and joy are always accessible for all peoples. Thich Nhat Hanh has published more than 100 books and his books are published in more than 40 languages. The Heart of Buddha’s Teaching is an amazing book and it’s filled with wisdom. It shows you how to live the Buddhist life. Thich Nhat Hahn presents all of the major Buddhist lists and principles in an approachable and consistent style informed by his comprehensive view of Buddhism.
Think Like a Monk
by Jay Shetty
350 Pages · 2015 · 9 MB · 141 Downloads · New!
“Think Like a Monk” is an impressive and lesson giving book in which author tells us how one can be best companion and lover. The book guides us about the changes which are required to be loved and to love others. This fantastic book is written by Jay Shetty. In this book one can see the way and sequential steps to be a best friend and companion. This book is perfect guideline on the walk of life especially for those who consider the life a great blessing of God and have the thinking that we can live life in best possible way. Few things are highly inspiring like don’t hurt if people don’t want to act upon your sincere advice and leave them doing wrong. Don’t be so much egoistic and behave to others in exactly the same way as you want to be treated and respected. This book tells us that give respect to everyone but never compromise if someone is trying to degrade you. Be friendly to others unless and until you have any grudge to him and don’t backbite although someone has done wrong with you. In conclusion, the book is highly informative, guiding and full of interest for the readers who want to take advantage of it.
What’s Wrong with Mindfulness (and What Isn’t)
by Barry Magid
208 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “What’s Wrong with Mindfulness (And What Isn’t): Zen Perspectives” is a wonderful book that demonstrates how mindfulness informs his creative process. Barry Magid is the author of this book. Barry Magid is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst practicing in New York City and the founding teacher of the Ordinary Mind Zendo. He has written numerous book which engages all the reader from start to end of the page. What’s Wrong with Mindfulness is a great book that reveals how removing mindfulness from Buddhism may set a dangerous precedent. This book seems pretty helpful to people suffering from depression and anxiety. The book as a whole is asking for self-honesty about one’s practice and offers perhaps for some with eyes to see that they could take it much deeper should they have the desire. The author shows how mindfulness informs his creative process. Each chapter of this book offers insights to ground mindfulness in a deeper understanding of both where it comes from and where it might behead. All in all, What’s Wrong with Mindfulness is a helpful book for all the readers.