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Very interesting read. This was actually recommended by James Altucher (on one of his podcasts) so I was curious to read it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gadget Guru
The author puts words to the deepest intuition s of us humans. Thank you I recommend this book to all who practice or are curious about buddhismPublished 4 months ago by Judith
In a clear, concise, compelling manner Stephen Batchelor addresses several questions/ponderings I've had surrounding the Buddhist religion and religion in general. Read morePublished 5 months ago by TERRI SCHNEIDER
So many of the conclusions reached by the author are similar to my own. The journeys to those conclusions are not so similar but overlap in some ways. Read morePublished 5 months ago by No Middle Name
I think the author had a unique qualification to write a book detailing the story of Buddha and the evolution of Buddhism. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sandra Jane Todd
Interesting as a memoir, and thought-provoking as a version of traditional Buddhism available to those who are skeptical of reincarnation.Published 6 months ago by Russell A. Jacobs