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Buddhism for Busy People: Finding Happiness in a Hurried World Paperback – May 16, 2017
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"This is an unashamedly personal account, and who can resist a good confession? Poignant but entertaining, informative but not pedantic—these were among the fastest 200+ pages I ever read. If Buddhism is a mirror, then Michie kindly holds it up for the reader. Here’s the essence of Buddhism, and better—why it matters and how to access it." —Elephant Journal
"For those who have been searching for a sincere, accessible introduction to Tibetan Buddhism . . . this is your book." —Lion's Roar (formerly Shambhala Sun)
"This is an 'unashamedly personal account,' and who can resist a good confession? Poignant but entertaining, informative but not pedantic--these were among the fastest 200+ pages I ever read. If Buddhism is a 'mirror,' then Michie kindly holds it up for the reader. Here's the essence of Buddhism, and better--why it matters and how to access it." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The author was living in the corporate world, and ended up stumbling into Buddhism.
His story is inspiring, and subtly weaves the core Buddhist teachings into the story. The way this is done makes the teachings very accessible and relevant to Western people, especially those with similar issues of living in the corporate rat-race.
It is fair to say that this book has changed my life, it has led me to read many other texts, but I still return to this one from time to time for a re-charge.
I would recommend this without reservation to anyone with the vaguest interest in Buddhism, and also anyone who feels there must be more to life than what they are currently experiencing.
I really enjoy David Michie books and this was no exception just some information was confusing.
I just realized that I meant this review for another of Miche's books, Hurry Up And Meditate. Sorry.
All the lengthy detail used soon made it cumbersome and boring which was a shame.
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