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A 12-Step guideline for the Buddhist or anyone who questions the need for a Higher Power.Published 1 month ago by Marilyn
as a recovering addict of 40 years and a Buddhist of 20 years, I really enjoyed this book!Published 4 months ago by joey matthews
As a recovering alcoholic myself, I greatly enjoyed this book. Laura S. did her homework, and
has a good way of connecting Buddhism to the A.A. steps and program.
Combining AA and Buddhism is not new but this well written book presents in clarity how the principles of AA and Buddhism can lead to a very solid spiritual life Once one has... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kindle Customer
Very well written. Belongs right up there with Kevin Griffin, Mel Ash, Noah Levine, Darren Littlejohn, Therese Jacobs-Stewart. Read morePublished 9 months ago by maurice reidy
Although this book tells the story of one woman's experiences with AA and with Buddhism, there really was not much in the way of insightful analysis or synthesis. Read morePublished 9 months ago by rpm
The condition of book was very good. I found the reading to be more about Alcoholics Anonymous that the teachings of Buddha. The book was also oaring.Published 12 months ago by vicki l.
This book tries too hard to be A.A. i think that i would have liked it better had it been written from a totally Buddhist perspective.Published 12 months ago by gerald stuebben
As a devotee of Buddha and an alcoholic I found this book both useful and inspirational. I would highly recommend it to anyone struggling with alcoholism. Laura S. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Zendude