So, when I returned from the trip, I started reading this book again.
For anyone interested in interfaith dialogue, Judaism, Buddhism, intercultural exchange, reading this book will take you on a wonderful journey.
Ram Dass and Alan Ginsberg are only two of the most famous Jews who found spiritual solace by moving from Judaism to Buddhism.
There is a litmus test to see if you are a real Buddhist, or just a Jewish Buddhist. A real Buddhist doesn't believe in nationalism, nor a Chosen People, nor a Holy Land. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Gregory F. Fegel
I knew Rabbi Zalman, one of the central attendees at the Dahli Lama's seminar, this book was quoted in his obituary July 2014. Read morePublished 28 days ago by tspia
I am still enjoying reading about the meeting between famous rabbis and the Dhalai Lama to discuss how the Jewish People
survived years in exile. Read more
This poet had an opportunity to discover something of Tibetan Buddhism, and something of his own tradition he wasn't aware of. Read morePublished 6 months ago by kestrel
The book is outstanding.The writer is very honest with his feelings and slowly let the reader discover a total new aspect of philosophy of Jew Buddhisme. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gary Braun
This book turned me upside-down. As a longtime meditator drawn to Buddhism raised in a nonreligious Jewish family, every page carried a revelation. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nomi Redding
Well written and enjoyable. Was pleases that the an open dialogue could be had by both religions. Would recommend this bookPublished 12 months ago by Kindle Customer
It was Difficult to get through this book. There was some interesting information but there was not enough to recommend reading the book.Published 12 months ago by AP