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I like it so much that I bought a copy for several members of my family and a few very good friends.
This exception and the lack of a properly organized structure in its contents reduce the quality of an otherwise interesting book.
For those interest in the practice of Buddhism and its underlying concepts, this is an excellent and very readable book.
Nicely written. To the point with a modern view to an age old way of thinking.Published 27 days ago by gary hathaway
If you would like to know your place in the Cosmos then read this book. It will change your life.Published 1 month ago by NR
For those interest in the practice of Buddhism and its underlying concepts, this is an excellent and very readable book. Wes has a way of explaining that which can be complex.Published 10 months ago by Larry
I enjoyed Wes Nisker's compassionate wisdom. His down to earth approach to "discovering your place in the cosmos" was appreciated.Published 14 months ago by Julie Rose
I love the way Wes Nisker writes. Very interesting and thorough, with a good sense of humor. This is a great guide for anyone interested in mindfulness. Buy it and read it.Published 18 months ago by Maryke Gillis
I like very much what Wes Nisker has to say in all of his books, This one, I got it for a present. The book question our place in the Universe and our attitude. Read morePublished on June 24, 2011 by chica4edu
Those looking for a rigorous analysis of the connections between Western scientific thought and Buddhist philosophy will almost certainly be disappointed in this book. Read morePublished on July 24, 2001 by Mark Forrester
Wes Niskers' book "Buddha's Nature" succeeds in bridging science and Buddhism in a special book that will be enlightening to people in all fields. Read morePublished on June 6, 2000