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Crazy Wisdom Saves the World Again!: Handbook for a Spiritual Revolution (A Cody's Book) Paperback – April 1, 2008
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On a whim I bought this one, not really expecting much because the cover made me think I was probably going to be getting some sort of hipster smart ass take on how to become enlightened in 15 days or less.
I couldn't have been more wrong.
I am already starting to re-read "Crazy Wisdom" because in my opinion it is one of the most sensible hard hitting takes on the philosophy of Buddhism that I've ever come across. Yes, it has it share of puns and quips but the underlying logic of Mr. Nisker's take on our place in the cosmic reality is unassailable. It's certainly unsettling to come to grips with the fact that our place in this world is not on top of the evolutionary heap with a license to take what we want.
Mankind is only a tiny drop in ocean of existence and Wes Nisker's wonderful book makes that point very powerfully and tells us Buddhism helps immensely with this reality.
I ownly with his publisher had better taste in designing his cover.
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Nisker is an engaging writer and takes complex philosophical concepts and makes them easy to comprehend. Moreover, his humor makes the lessons so memorable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shiratha
An awesome, funny, but serious approach to explaining Buddhism to westerners (like me). Go back and find the original "Crazy Wisdom" book if you can, it's much longer but... Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by Anthony Clifton