--Kirkus Reviews "This wise, humane book, an original work rather than a collection of talks, is an incisive statement of His Holiness’s thinking on ways to bring peace to a suffering world. "
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I hear HH The Dalai Lama speak on the subject of secular ethics when he was visiting Atlanta a few years ago. Read morePublished 15 days ago by lisagrantvail
A lay and a secular proposal for ethics and values that may be shared by all human beings, and this book is as well a calling for change the basis we think and feel about the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jesus G. Cervantes Martinez
The book as two parts. The first discusses secular ethics and the second mental development. The discussion of secular ethics is outstanding. Non religious and pragmatic. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve in Atlanta
Yes he has something here for the future, a world ethic that transcends religions. But sadly the point was made early and then the book drifted off for me especially as, obviously,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Pearson
"So long as people give priority to material values, then injustice, corruption, inequity, intolerance, and greed—all the outward manifestations of neglect of inner values—will... Read morePublished 2 months ago by BRUSSOSA
As the Book's title suggests, humanity should be universally fulfilled without boundaries of any type, while His Holiness did carry forward his vision via the book media !Published 3 months ago by Tai sing FONG
So inspirational. The Dalai Lama is amazing. If you are looking for some inspiration into being altruistic, this is your book.Published 3 months ago by aklyons