I found this book ridiculously simplistic.
The short one or two page comments are just enough to read quickly, but deep enough that I found myself thinking about them at various times throughout the day.
This is a great way to focus on just one simple mindful theme each day, in a way that is bound to transform your perceptions over time.
Inspired is how I feel every time I pick up this book of very short stories with their own little guided meditations for reflection. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susan Helene Kramer
Most people esp me need a time of each day to take just for myself to read a book like this and get inspiredPublished 6 months ago by JKW
This book is full of wonderful little "nuggets" of insight and inspiration! I use it all the time in my profession as a resource for opening a discussion. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Cecelia Johnson
This is an amazing book, it really only takes a minute to read, and gives you a day of thought..I find if the day gets hectic I can read another retreat. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Rose
Thanks for sending book so quickly when it was ordered. Thanks so very much. I love it. Peace, Jan RaukPublished 19 months ago by Jan M Rauk
This book contains short 'thoughts for the day', and is ideal to read before one begins their day. I belong to a meditation group, and we use it prior to our meditation. Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by Marlene from Utah
When I received this book as a gift I was very pleased. The quote on the back cover sounded like just what I was looking for: "Do nothing, but do it with purpose and meaning. Read morePublished on September 13, 2011 by bookreader
This book is a quick and practical way to remind yourself of how easy it can be to relax and slow down in this busy world. Read morePublished on February 9, 2011 by Diney
David Kundtz has captured what I didn't know I was looking for.
This book is not a catechism, an introduction to Buddhist meditation, or a list of mantras. Read more