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Wonderful expression of the Dharma: the talks are clear, simple, and compelling.
It can be challenging to step back and find some understanding in the midst of the mundane stresses of the day to day, but this book invites us to exhale and see anew.
"Another lecture" is not to be found in this book. Instead, it is a "good read" with much to consider.
Easy to pick up! Short chapters make it easy to read and then think about the chapter. I found myself saying " this book makes sense! It is talking to me!"Published 16 months ago by Nancy C. Peterson
This is not a "Joy: How-To" book. Its reasonableness and practicality make it a two-feet-on-the-ground guide to reaching sanctuary, within, where we are sublime, and magnanimous. Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by N. Jensen
Les Kaye, the Roshi of Kannon Do Temple in Mountain View is the perfect guide for both the Buddhist and non Buddhist reader. Read morePublished on May 23, 2011 by Faculty in California
I found the book Joyously Through the Days insightful and encouraging. I found myself thinking, "I can do this!" like no other book. Read morePublished on May 19, 2011 by Avona Trigg
Wonderful expression of the Dharma: the talks are clear, simple, and compelling. I have found solace and insight from this book. Thank you Les!Published on May 16, 2011 by dainuri p. rott