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Living Nonduality Paperback – August 2, 2009
"Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress"
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I don't want to give the wrong impression, however. For all its grandeur, this book is incredibly accessible. There is an exquisite heart in this work, and a fierce benevolence, that is communicated simply and straightforwardly. Though Mr. Wolfe is unwavering in his presentation, he comes at it so creatively I had a great sense of adventure in approaching each new short section, or "monograph." This adventure was wonderfully unexpected, and inspiring in its own right.
Mr. Wolfe is clearly a grounded being, something I especially appreciated in reading his book. He has a breadth and depth of "worldly" knowledge and experience, and draws on both in his reflections and his replies to inquirers. He is also deeply attentive to and appreciative of nature (see, for example, Where I am Not, p. 20, and Yea, Listen to the Mockingbird, p. 443), and I found these reflections to be some of Mr. Wolfe's loveliest and most inspiring.
There is so much beauty, wisdom and inspiration in Living Nonduality! For anyone drawn to nonduality teachings, this book, and Mr. Wolfe himself, are incredible blessings.
The entire book can be perused at livingnonduality.org for free before buying, which is what I did. And now I am pleased to have Living Nonduality in my home library. It's a great value not just considering the high number of pages (400+), but also because the book is so helpful! Each time I read from the book, what was previously thought to be understood, is seen in a new light. Throughout the book, Wolfe differentiates between the relative and the Absolute, while reminding the reader that there are "not two" and to keep on the lookout for divisions in one's everyday life.
Living Nonduality truly is a joy to read. Although it would probably be best to allow time for contemplation between chapters, the titles of the monographs are so intriguing, I can't read just one, and I bet no one else can either! I wholeheartedly recommend this book to all who want to understand the nature of reality with clarity.