He said it was a really great book, so I read it too.
Jack Kornfield is one of the few thinkers who writes about the intersection of traditional, academic thought and personal, faith-based spirituality.
I have learned how to live my life with mindfulness and how to deal with the past and how better to cope with the pains that memories can bring.
I haven't finished it yet but have found it well-written and it speaks to me. I'm glad to be a in place now that I can listen.Published 12 days ago by Lettering4U
Easy reading style, thought provoking, even for an atheist like me. The principles are universal and are great for anyone questioning life, especially the old chestnut "is that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Miller
One of our best Dharma teachers of the current age. Combining an uncommon level of experience as a Buddhist monk, with his Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology he brings... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lee H. Thompson
This book addresses such a vital topic--we can't by-pass reality and grow spiritually! The "Laundry" he speaks of is cleaning up our ego-based, addictive patterns is vital... Read morePublished 2 months ago by I. B. Townsend
I learned so much from this book. I highly recommend this book for the mindful thinkers who wish to expand on enlightment. Read morePublished 2 months ago by hoomy
There comes a time when meditation and the spiritual life start offering the fruit of one's labor and the world and all therein begin to lose their luster but one must still live... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Pimentel
Where is the Kindle version? Please tell the folks who control these things to produce a Kindle version.Published 3 months ago by Maureen